Ink Asher Hemp

Ink Asher Hemp (they/them) is a word forager trying to draft a tomorrow where there is space for everyone to be enough okay. They have spent the last five years taking pieces such as 147Hz Can’t Pass and Sad Eyes to Smile With (‘poignant… with unflinching honesty and disarming beauty’, BroadwayBaby) to theatres, occupations, bookshops, protests, schools and music festivals across Scotland. Their work covers everything from climate justice to queer identity, shouting (not so) silently on buses, deadline chasing, muesli demographics and radical accessibility. Recently they have written for Graeae’s Crips Without Constraints, been commissioned as part of the Edwin Morgan Trust’s Second Life Grants, and begun releasing tracks with musician/producer Nicholas Franck.

Ink Asher Hemp


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Fri 12 March | 13:00 - 13:30 | FREE | StAnza Online