Jet Moon presents Playing with Fire peer to peer survivor writing, Online


Price: Free


A black background and white lines, a linocut drawing of a mouth breathing out fire, hands holding a feather writing quill. With the words 'Playing with Fire' 'Peer to Peer Survivor Writing', Arts Council England's logo, and Spread the Word's logo.

Jet Moon is a queer, working class, disabled writer, who works to create intimate spaces of sharing and visibility with marginalised communities. Working with LGBTIQ, kink, sex worker, disabled and survivor communities they’re part of.

“Playing With Fire – peer to peer survivor voices” is a platform for survivor writing where we can feel supported, learn skills, and see each other.
Writing has kept me alive. In writing I’ve found tools to transmute rage, thaw grief, to get close to the past, and gain distance from it. To laugh and feel my feet on the ground. Writing has given me a way to connect with myself and others, to stand up in my experience and see that I am the authority on my own story.

About the workshop:

A space to explore writing as survivors, with writer Jet Moon. To see each other, learn skills and share. Open to all levels of writers.

Inviting: Women, non-binary and trans people who self identify as survivors and live in the UK.
This workshop is not open to cis men.

Workshop details:
Two 1.5 hour sessions with a one hour lunch break. Session one: skills and ‘how to’. Session Two: sharing writing.
The workshop will be BSL interpreted.

To apply please complete the submission form by 5pm on the 10th February 2021.

BSL interpreting, captioning



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