Wendy Young Poetry
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Wendy Young is a poet/performer who cut her teeth with Survivors Poetry. She has been published in South Bank Poetry, Anomalie Magazine, Disability Arts Online, Poetry Express and Militant Thistles. Her publications include: ‘Living with Ghosts’ Living with Ghosts(Natterjack Poetry 2015), ‘Ooetry’ (William Cornelius Harris Publishing/London Poetry 2015) and 'The Dream of Somewhere Else' Survivors Press (2016).

Wendy says she writes whatever feels good at the time and has written poetry in many forms from rhyme like Right to Bite 'I wish I'd been born at the bottom of the sea, nobody there to bother me' (driven to madness working at Brent Council) to rap inspired for instance when she 'saw Jay Z on the BBC' and his 99 problems became 100!

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