Month: February 2020

Mummy – A Poetic Response To Sylvia Plath’s Daddy

Mummy You do and do, you do and do Forever white stilettò shoe In which you have lived For seventy years, gave and gived Barely able to think or chew Mummy, I have had to live up to you Winged torso, halo hair Blood of ages, breath of care...
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The Prostate Gap

A photographic exhibition exploring under-represented people with prostate cancer by Ian Smith The Prostate Gap uses photography to explore and challenge the public’s understanding of prostate cancer within under-represented groups in our society. The exhibition spotlights a selection of prostate cancer patients from the black and trans and gay...
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