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A man wearing a fedora, unbuttoned shirt, and rainbow socks sits smiling onstage in a wheelchair. iPhoto caption: Photo by Dahlia Katz

REVIEW: Access Me at Aki Studio/Boys in Chairs Collective

In a world where disabled people are up against the erroneous cultural myth that it’s possible to “overcome” your disability if you work hard enough, it’s lovely to see the idea of interdependence centred throughout this piece.

By Alethea Bakogeorge / Jun 22, 2023

Interdependent (And Published!) Magic: In Conversation with Jessica Watkin

This isn’t necessarily an anthology you can bring into a classroom to read together. It’s not Hamlet, and it’s not George F. Walker.

By Aisling Murphy / Apr 14, 2022