Maggie’s wedding is lovely, but Jason is left feeling hurt by their parents. Back at home, Michael and Ricardo commiserate on the scars left in them by what they went through.
Written by Erin KyanProduced by Passer Vulpes ProductionsRecorded by Kermie Breydon and Eris BarnesKane voiced by Lee Davis-ThalbourneJason voiced by Erin KyanMichael voiced by Oscar SabogalRicardo voiced by Justin Jones LiPriya voiced by Gemma MahadeoCredits voiced by Roslyn Quin
Cover art by Soufex Parsons Cope: http://soufexdraws.tumblr.com/
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In the lead up to Mental Health Awareness Week, Gemma Mahadeo joined the show to talk about her work, lived experience of mental illness, stigma and the mental health system.Gemma is a Melbourne based Poet born in the UK.You can follow Gemma on Twitter at @snarkattack
In an episode that spans countries, languages and histories, Melbourne poet Gemma Mahadeo shares the poem Calypso History Lesson from Fred D’Aguiar’s book The Rose of Toulouse. We start off with some thoughts on Ted Hughes’ Crow before D’Aguiar’s poem takes us in all sorts of directions, from Hansonism to urban foxes to West Indian cricket commentary.
The Vulture Goddess from Fred D’Aguiar’s American Vulture.
The Story in History: interview with D’Aguiar on the place of history in his work.
‘There is no sophistry in my body: / My manners are tearing off heads – ’ is from Hawk Roosting by Ted Hughes.
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