Breaking Down Patriarchy and the Gender Binary - with Sam Rose Preminger & Domi Shoemaker
Breaking Down Patriarchy
As new generations increasingly have the knowledge and social acceptance to explore their identities, the number of openly transgender people in our world—especially transgender youth—is rapidly rising. Yet despite these recent spikes— the transgender community is still comparatively small: making up roughly 0.6% of the global population. As a result, many cisgender people (meaning those of us whose gender aligns with the one we were assigned at birth) have little to no lived experience interacting with transgender people. What we’re exposed to instead is whatever our media, political, and social leaders choose to tell us about them, resulting in a perilous gap between actual transgender people and a series of cultural stereotypes. This gulf in our understanding not only endangers the trans population, it harms all of us, discouraging marginalized demographics from working together, making it even more difficult for us to dismantle oppressive structures, and denying cisgender people the chance to love their trans neighbors. Fortunately, some transgender people are stepping forward to help bridge this divide, sharing their personal stories, dispelling dangerous myths, and helping us envision a more egalitarian future for all. On today’s episode I’m happy to say we’ll be joined by two such voices: Sam Rose Preminger and Domi ShoemakerSam Rose Preminger (they/them) is a trans-nonbinary, Jewish writer and publisher. They hold an MFA from Pacific University, serve as the Editor-in-Chief of NAILED Magazine, and are a contributing editor at Lightship Press and Write Bloody Publishing. Their poetry has appeared in numerous publications online and in print. Their debut collection of poems —'Cosmological Horizons' — is forthcoming from Kelsay Books (Summer 2022). They live in Portland, OR, where they've acquired too many house plants. www.sampreminger.comDomi J Shoemaker (they/them) is an Idaho-born gender flexer who founded the quarterly reading series, Burnt Tongue, after cutting teeth in Tom Spanbauer’s Dangerous Writers workshop. While finishing an MFA in Writing in 2015, author Lidia Yuknavitch asked Domi to help her create the Corporeal Writing Seasonal Workshop Series. With a resounding yes, Domi is now the Corporeal Writing Seasonal Workshop Co-Facilitator. Domi has published at [PANK], Nailed Magazine, Unshod Quills, Gobshite Quarterly, and has a story in the anthology, The Night and The Rain and The River, from Forest Avenue Press. They were recently featured in the literary radio theatre podcast, Storytellers Telling Stories.www.domishoemaker.com
S2: Identity | Gut Feelings: living with cancer | Sam Rose
What do you think about X?
This week on WDYTAX we’re joined by three-time cancer survivor Sam Rose; PhD research student, Head of Content at a digital marketing agency and author of Gut Feelings - a book about her experiences with cancer and Lynch Syndrome. Among other things, in this episode, we talk to Sam about how cancer has shaped her identity and her ‘dark humour’, how to be a good supporter to cancer patients and, importantly, what percentage of her organs have been removed….place your bets! Find Sam at www.writersam.co.uk or @writersamr on Twitter. Sam's book Gut Feelings: Coping with cancer and living with Lynch syndrome can be found on Amazon at www.amazon.co.uk/Gut-Feelings-Coping-Cancer-Syndrome/dp/B08T6BTJZ3/ As always catch us at @aboutxpodcast to carry on the discussion after. Music by Chris Tybjerg Cover art by www.irondragondesign.com
#5 - Sam Rose - Helping cancer survivors through creative writing.
Inspiring Research Podcast
#5 - Sam Rose - Helping cancer survivors through creative writing. In today’s episode with Sam Rose, we talk about how creative writing can help cancer survivors. Key points from this discussion: Her own experiences with cancer and how writing has helped. The need in cancer survivorship for support at the right time. What the wider community could consider when supporting cancer survivors. Sam Rose is a second-year PhD student at Teesside University, where she also gained her MA Creative Writing in 2017. She is researching the relationship between creative writing and cancer survivorship issues, with her main research focus being her own experiences as a three-time cancer survivor. Sam’s poetry and prose has been published in over 60 literary magazines and anthologies. She is the editor of Peeking Cat Literary and has contributed articles to several cancer and chronic illness websites. Her memoir “Gut Feelings: Coping With Cancer and Living With Lynch Syndrome” was released in January 2021. Key Resources: Sam on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/writersam/ Sam on Twitter - https://twitter.com/writersamr Sam on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/writersamr ESRC - Economic & Social Research Council - https://esrc.ukri.org/ NINE Doctoral Training Partnership Website / ABC (Accelerating Business Collaboration)- https://www.ninedtp.ac.uk/ Inspiration North Website - www.inspirationnorth.com
39. How Creative Writing Can Help Heal Cancer Survivors with Sam Rose
The Wellness Project with Des
Welcome to my Podcast, The Wellness Project with Des. On today’s Podcast Episode, I interview writer, editor, Ph.D. student, and three-time cancer survivor living with Lynch Syndrome, Sam Rose. Lynch Syndrome- "is an inherited condition that increases your risk of colon cancer, endometrial cancer, and several other cancers." Sam shares her experiences with cancer, the physical and emotional toll, as well as how her cancer diagnoses and living with Lynch Syndrome have affected the relationships in her life. She also explains her research findings, about the benefits creative writing can have for survivors of cancer. Being a writer, Sam recently released her Memoir, Gut Feelings: Coping With Cancer and Living With Lynch Syndrome. It is about her experiences with and the emotional effects of cancer survivorship, and how cancer survivors can practice self-care. Unfortunately, most of us know someone with cancer or someone who has had cancer. If you want to learn about the benefits creative writing can have for survivors or if you want to learn how you can be more helpful to those with a cancer diagnosis, then you won't want to miss this episode. Recommendations: Elephants and Tea- https://elephantsandtea.com/ Stupid cancer- https://stupidcancer.org/ I Had Cancer- https://www.ihadcancer.com/ Gryt- https://grythealth.com/ How to Be Sick- Toni Bernard Where to find Sam Rose: Website: https://writersam.co.uk/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/writersamr Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/writersamr/ Speaking Cat Podcast: https://speakingcat.podbean.com/ Peeking Cat Literary Magazine: https://peekingcatliterary.co.uk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/writersamr Get her books here: Gut Feelings: Coping with Cancer and Living with Lynch Syndrome: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gut-Feelings-Coping-Cancer-Syndrome/dp/B08T6BTJZ3?fbclid=IwAR2PvRy55oXZTeXtFDNgB8PfuGgytsMf8rsKWSYrRFvnWNJ4mgM398XEEXs Empowerthy: https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/sam-rose/empowerthy/ebook/product-1g8v2k5d.html?page=1&pageSize=4 Follow me: Subscribe to my email list: https://www.subscribepage.com/k6p4b2 Join my FB community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/accordingtodes
Self Care for Cancer Survivors with Three Time Cancer Survivor Sam Rose
Radical Care Podcast
In this Episode Sam Rose Shares part of her Journey with her Three Different Cancer Diagnosis's in the span of less than a Decade. She shares information about having three major surgeries as her Cancer Treatment Plan. Getting constant Check-ups as she has Lynch Syndrome and how Creative Writing is so much a part of her Self Care Practice she is researching it for her PHD.She share insights on how loved ones of Cancer Survivors can support them through the process and even after treatment is over. She talks about what supported her and other resources that are available for people who had or currently have Cancer. She shares about her memoir which covers her journey from 2010-2019. Titled Gut Feelings Coping with cancer and living with Lynch Syndrome. Available now via Amazon as a Paperback and also on Kindle.
Amplified: Autistics in Conversation with Reframing Autism
In this sixth episode Ginny Grant begins by introducing the show and providing context about herself and Reframing Autism. Ginny introduces Sam Rose, who is an Autistic advocate, mentor and student.Sam is a program facilitator, mentoring Autistic youth with the I CAN Network, and is currently undertaking an internship with Reframing Autism. Sam is soon to complete a Bachelor of Arts/Psychology where they have been developing academic interest in the intersection of Autism and mental health, and the concept of neurodiversity more broadly. As a member of the Queer community, Sam is also interested in working at the intersection of Autistic LGBTIQA+ identity and unpacking internalised stigma, and they are currently co-authoring a book on this topic with Yenn Purkis. In the conversation, Sam reflects on their late Autistic identification in their early twenties. Sam discusses some of the barriers to finding and embracing an Autistic identity and what Autistic empowerment looks like. Sam talks about their deep passion for Autism, and also their strong interest in gardening and being in nature. Sam also talks about their rewarding work with the I CAN Network, connecting with young Autistic people. Finally, they chat about their drive to reduce stigma and increase understanding of the intersections between Autism and mental health issues as well as gender and sexuality.
Episode 7: Cancer survivorship in the shadow of Lynch Syndrome, with Sam Rose
In this episode I interview author, Sam Rose, about her new book 'Gut Feelings: Coping with cancer and living with Lynch Syndrome'. Sam, at the age of 33 has had three cancer diagnoses thanks to the genetic disorder Lynch Syndrome which prevents the body from fighting cancer cells. In her book and this interview, Sam provides an honest and open account of the physical and emotional impact of living through diagnoses and treatment, and the ongoing challenge of living with Lynch Syndrome. The book is an absolute must read and is available from Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gut-Feelings-Coping-Cancer-Syndrome/dp/B08T6BTJZ3 You can reach out to Sam through her website: https://www.writersam.co.uk For more information about Lynch Syndrome: https://www.macmillan.org.uk/cancer-information-and-support/worried-about-cancer/causes-and-risk-factors/lynch-syndrome-ls
Superheroes Don't Wear Capes - Sam Rose - PhD research on cancer survivors from a personal perspective
WhyMe with Vera-Lee - Why Me - Turning Adversity into Opportunity #whymemovement
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