We play one-off specials and short-run series, of interest to Wellington Access Radio communities.
Sunday December 3
11am & 11pm
CRIP THE LIT 2023
What have disabled writers always wanted to say to disabled characters from history and fiction? And how would they create a universe where all people don't merely survive, but flourish?
Listen in to the two recorded sessions from Crip the Lit, part of the 2023 Verb Festival.
Letters to Disabled Friends
Crip the Lit writers share light-hearted - or maybe not so light-hearted - and generally irreverent reflections and advice addressed to their favourite characters on their disability representation. (Robyn Hunt, Etta Bollinger, Rem Wigmore, Andi Buchanan, Erin Donohue and Al Gray, with host Elizabeth Heritage.)
Universe-Hopping with Radical Crip Imagination
Crip the Lit writers sharing pieces of writing utilising radical crip imagination that challenges an ableist world, then engage the audience in their own world building adventure. (Andi Buchanan, Bee Trudgeon, Charlotte Simmonds, Erin Donohue, and Helen Vivienne Fletcher, with host Alice Mander.)