This month on the podcast we’re a sharing a piece of spoken word storytelling by New Zealand-born writer and occupational therapist, Kirsten Taylor. Throughout this episode, Kirsten explores the changing relationship she’s had with her body from a young person to now. Our editor Nathan Scolaro first heard this story told live at The Weekly Service, a secular gathering in Melbourne where people share stories, contemplate ideas and engage in conversation—he was captivated by Kirsten’s story from the moment she began, hanging on every word. We published the piece in the healing issue of Dumbo Feather and because it works as beautifully on the ear as it does on the eye, we invited Kirsten to Dumbo Feather HQ to re-tell it for our podcast listeners.
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The music you hear is by Dennis Liu. This podcast was produced by Lizzie Marton.
To find out more about the Weekly Service head to their site.