Mine, and occasionally others'.
Tweets of distress from Peterborough
The text all drenched in fears
Signal failure - help us please -
Bring crosswords, cake and beers
We've been stuck here for two whole hours.
Now wipe away your tears
And count yourself lucky, I tweet back -
I was stuck there eleven years
Dear ... Hello, I am Erica I have earning chance for you I do profitable work at home My children help out too I make a thousand pounds a week At something you can do Hello, I am Erica And you have won a prize! You are this month's lucky one You won't believe your eyes You don't remember entering? Well, what a nice surprise!
Yes, I'll go out
If you insist -
I went out in the fog
Those migrant children shall not pass
Let's cause a huge furore
That David Davies is an arse
Even for a Tory
Michael Gove's most wicked crime
As far as most of us can tell
Was not to leave his kid behind
But leaving ours behind as well
The magazine that was enlightened enough to commend one of Janine's poems in its competition launches its latest issue, packed with poems about London, featuring contributions from poets including Janine.
Venue: City Lit theatre, Covent Garden.
Janine will be speaking about autistic workers and trade unions during the speaker session, and performing some neurodi-verse later in the evening.
"Building an autistic community"
Date: Thursday 12th January 2017
Location: Cafe and bar, Artsadmin Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6AB
Venue: Paper Dress Vintage, the Narroway, Hackney, London E8
Manchester's award-winning Bad Language spoken word promoter is running a stage at the Mirrors festival, and Janine will be contributing.