Dreams Passerine is an anthology of poetry produced during online workshops with poet Natasha Cuddington, throughout the lockdown periods.
As artefacts of poetry’s capacity for both personal utterance and creative experiment, this work poignantly explores themes including relationships, life events, interconnectivity with the natural world and also, the flights of the unfailing human imagination.
Brain Injury Matters (NI) is a third sector organisation supporting, promoting and empowering people affected by acquired brain injury and their families. People with an acquired brain injury can have a range of disabilities which may be physical, cognitive, emotional, behavioural or social. They are supported by creative practitioners to explore a range of arts forms including poetry, creative writing, visual arts, dance, drama, choir and music, to make their varied lived experiences visible to the broader public and to promote respect for their inherent dignity.