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Amelia Fae
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Wales Arts Review Apr 19
Welcome to the Wales Arts Review podcast episode 1, a brand new format for the best podcast about what's going on in the arts and culture of Wales. In this show, talks to , and , amongst others.
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Hannah Hamad Apr 10
Cardiff friends. Max is lost. Please RT, especially if you know anyone in the Canton area around Clive Road. Please let me know if you see or hear anything of him.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 9
" is a movie very much about the American national psyche..." - explores some of the symbolism in 's new horror movie, , and how it speaks on a dark understanding of the wider American tragedy.
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Kate B 🍞🌹🌹 Feb 2
Imagine a national newspaper telling any other marginalised group they are weak and unloved? As a researcher who surveyed over 300 SWs I can tell you this: these are the strongest women you will ever meet, & the love I've witnessed in the sex worker community is unfathomable.
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Sarah Marshall Apr 4
I don't know if Paul Simon fully understands the human trampoline girl's job
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Amelia Fae Mar 8
Replying to @GaryRaymond_
Grazie, grazie, prego *kisses*
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Wales Arts Review Mar 8
| 100 Women Of Wales On Twitter For , our writers have nominated 100 women of Wales who we think you should be following on Twitter. Here we celebrate a list of women who will keep you informed, entertained and inspired.
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Amelia Fae Mar 6
Replying to @GaryRaymond_
🦐🦞🦀🐙
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notoriousSGB Feb 25
The thought that someone could win an Oscar for playing Freddie Mercury & not mention AIDS is enraging me & I’m not OK about it & I need straight people to do better.
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Amelia Fae Feb 22
Replying to @CarrieRSmith
Serving lumbersexual realness.
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Amelia Fae Feb 22
Replying to @CarrieRSmith
The jacket!!
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Stephanie Boland Feb 20
The best thing about the "millennials buy food, see friends" story is they are actually... pretty conservative with their cash!
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Hanna Nina Jameson Feb 16
Can't think of many things more emblematic of the current moment than these heroically angry teenage girls being forced to argue with a condescending middle-aged man about how they'd quite like a future on the planet
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Wales Arts Review Feb 16
In light of controversy around the "How BAME Are You?" event at Cornerstone Poetry Festival, evidence shows complaints raised before the festival were dismissed, and complainants “ignored” and “gaslighted”.
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NY Public Library Feb 13
The Black Feminism Introductory Resource Guide highlights works and resources within the collection at the , and NYPL at large. These works are essential to any researcher looking for an introduction into black feminism.
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Wales Arts Review Feb 14
Comment | Cornerstone Poetry Festival: How White Are You? - We publish 's statement from the festival's "How BAME are You?" event, an event that he sees now as "an act of institutional racism".
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Cardiff BookTalk Feb 10
Have a look at what had to say about , then make sure you grab your ticket for our event on Monday night! 🎟📖💬
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Dr Alix Beeston Feb 5
Next Monday, will feature Welsh author alongside two expert speakers for a discussion of the history of the literary thriller, representations of masculinity, and Gary's gripping new book THE GOLDEN ORPHANS. Come join us if you're in !
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Carrie Smith Feb 5
Frequently coming across instances of suffragettes hiding in small spaces for long periods then shouting 'Votes for Women!' at key moments. It's as though cupboards and organs and other spaces suddenly became sentient, vocal and keen for the cause
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