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A well-known writer, activist, and disability rights advocate, Henrietta Bollinger’s debut essay collection speaks to their experiences as a queer, disabled person, and as a twin. Articulations is a timely, personal, and poignant appraisal of life in Aotearoa New Zealand. Soundtracked by the Topp Twins, Anika Moa, Woody Guthrie and more, Bollinger’s essays take us on a journey from first crushes and first periods to parliamentary reform and Disability Pride. They challenge the norms of our ableist society, asking us to consider better ways of being with each other and ourselves.

Henrietta Bollinger (they/them) is a Pākehā writer and activist, born and based in Te Whanganui a Tara, Wellington where they live with a fellow disabled artist and a cat. Henrietta writes in a number of forms. They have had plays staged here and overseas and poetry published in Aotearoa and Australia. During their studies at Te Herenga Waka University, they established the Salient column Token Cripple, with a focus on disability rights. This became the basis of this book. Articulations was funded by Creative New Zealand and The Copyright Licensing Trust. Henrietta was mentored by Pip Adam. Articulations is their first book.

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A well-known writer, activist, and disability rights advocate, Henrietta Bollinger’s debut essay collection speaks to their experiences as a queer, disabled person, and as a twin. Articulations is a timely, personal, and poignant appraisal of life in Aotearoa New Zealand. Soundtracked by the Topp Twins, Anika Moa, Woody Guthrie and more, Bollinger’s essays take us on a journey from first crushes and first periods to parliamentary reform and Disability Pride. They challenge the norms of our ableist society, asking us to consider better ways of being with each other and ourselves.

Henrietta Bollinger (they/them) is a Pākehā writer and activist, born and based in Te Whanganui a Tara, Wellington where they live with a fellow disabled artist and a cat. Henrietta writes in a number of forms. They have had plays staged here and overseas and poetry published in Aotearoa and Australia. During their studies at Te Herenga Waka University, they established the Salient column Token Cripple, with a focus on disability rights. This became the basis of this book. Articulations was funded by Creative New Zealand and The Copyright Licensing Trust. Henrietta was mentored by Pip Adam. Articulations is their first book.

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