Upcoming Events

Coming Events

Fri 13th Mar, Conroy’s Basement, Dundee, 7.30pm, £5/6
Fit to Work at MTAT with Kaddish, Please Believe and THT
Very noisy punk/thrash gig

Sun 15th Mar, Summerhall, Edinburgh, 11am, £5 per adult
Hosting a performance cabaret for the 0-5s.

Sun 19th Apr, CCA, Glasgow, 2pm, £2-10
A Disobedient History of Trans Literature
An introductory talk to trans literature in English, focussing on the novel

Thu 23rd Apr, Glasgow, details TBD
Wages for Transition event
I’m going to be talking about W4T as part of a larger event

24th-26th Apr, Manchester
Fit to Work at Manchester Punk Festival
I believe we’re playing Friday 8pm. I don’t know where. Keep checking!

20th May, Arvon Foundation, The Hurst, Shropshire
Hybrid Writing: Guest Performance
I’m giving a reading and talk as part of this creative writing course

5th June, Krakow, Poland, details TBD
Reading and Panel Discussion
A showcase of UK experimental poetries, with translation

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Past Events (2020)

Thu 13th Feb, Glad Cafe, Glasgow, 4-5pm, free
Stopping Gentrification on Glasgow’s Southside
A panel discussion on how art can resist rather than enable gentrification

Wed 12th Feb, Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh, 7-8.30pm, free
When Power Corrupts
A panel discussion with John Burnside and Samantha Walton about the role of poetry in politics

Fri 7th Feb, Lighthouse Books, Edinburgh, £3 entry (redeemable against book purchase)
Elders and Poetry: Harry Josephine Giles and Alycia Pirmohamed
Talking about who influences my writing, in conversation with Dave Coates

Sun 19th Jan, Nice n Sleazy’s, Glasgow, 7.30-10.30pm, £8 entry (fundraiser)
Petrol Girls: Solidarity Not Silence fundraiser
My band, Fit To Work, supporting these brilliant punks fighting sexual violence

Sat 18th Jan, Dundee Contemporary Arts, 2pm, free but registration required
Radical Transfeminism Workshop
A discussion session with Nat Raha and Mijke van der Drift, hosted by me

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