Michael Lee Richardson and Heather Parry discuss weird words and queer stories, and take a look at the past, present and future for queer writing.
A writer and editor, Heather writes weird fiction and nonfiction. Her work explores self-deception, transformation and identity and has been widely published, including pieces in Gutter, Mycelia and We Were Always Here: A Queer Words Anthology.
Michael is a writer, youth worker and editor of We Were Always Here. His short film, My Loneliness is Killing Me won a BAFTA Scotland Award in 2018. He currently has television projects in development and his radio drama, The End of the World, airs on BBC Radio Scotland in November.
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