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Drawn Poorly
Making sick zines & creative outlets for work on chronic illness, disability and mental health✌️|MCR 🐝|supported by 🔥
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Swindon Zine Fest May 19
Are you interested in being a part of but won’t be able to attend? Post me your and we will sell them for you at the communal table! All profits go to you! DM if you’re interested!
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Justin Myers May 18
If you see someone going into an accessible toilet who doesn’t appear to have a disability, it’s your civic duty to mind your own fucking business.
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Drawn Poorly May 18
We’re on our way to Sheffield for 😍
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Lighthouse Bookshop May 17
TONIGHT: exploring the tradition of feminist magazines & what that means for today's zine/micro press/lit journal scene! Fans of ; Mag; this is for YOU!
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Drawn Poorly May 17
Ah no! It’s ! Hope you can make it 🥰
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Drawn Poorly May 16
We’ve got a few copies of Hidden Ink Child’s mini zine ‘What could go wrong with Google speech to text?’ In time for @sheffieldzinefest on Saturday 🥰 come find us and snap one up! 🐊
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Jim Hawkins May 16
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Romany Stott May 15
Creatives! To Inspire You are looking to support 8-12 artists to create work related to . This is a beautiful opportunity to have your art exhibited, published and to champion mental health awareness. I'm so proud to be involved in this project ✊
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Jim Hawkins May 15
You can hear talking about and her role in 's with on THIS MORNING! Listen on 96fm, DAB, Freeview 721 or via . Please retweet!
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Julian Gray May 12
Oh no- I'm late for the trend! I'm a hoping for a cure, diagnosed at 19, now 26. Was too sick to finish my MSc, now work from home as an illustrator. I wrote and drew a short comic-poem about my experience with here:
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Sian May 9
Unable to attend myself, I made a bed to go in my stead. It will be in Sheffield city centre on Saturday and Sunday, drawing attention to the fact that 25% of people with ME are housebound or bedbound. Thread 👇
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Drawn Poorly May 11
Yay!!
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Drawn Poorly May 11
It’s M.E. Awareness Week. A condition often misunderstood. M.E is individual to the person who has it. To our M.E pals, we see you, we got you and we want you to continue to share your stories.
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Drawn Poorly May 10
We’ll be at Sheffield Zine Fest next Saturday. Who’s coming 🙋‍♂️😍
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Brown Girls Do It Podcast May 8
We're accepting submissions for our next issue of the Brown Girls Do It Zine! If you're a woman or non-binary person of colour, send your stories, recipes, drawings, essays or poems on the theme of 'Food' to browngirlsdoit@gmail.com ✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏿
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Glasgow Zine Library May 4
Twitter friends! Does anyone know of any funding/grants available to increase accessibility for a business? I.e., making a bathroom accessible in a shopfront?
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Sarah May 3
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pen fight 🦄 May 2
Zine Club and Queer Craft Club will be back later this year - again at , but I'd also like to put some on in wheelchair accessible venues around Manchester. If you know any good free/cheap to use spaces (ideally not pubs), please let me know!
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Drawn Poorly May 2
Issue three: Diagnosis was out of stock for a while but now it’s back in the online shop 🤘 link in bio
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Contact, Manchester Apr 30
Along with , we are looking for a group of young disabled people aged 15-25 in to watch theatre for free and to share your thoughts. The first performance is on Sat 4 May. Email hannah@gmcdp.com or call 0161 636 7537. Supported by .
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