I interviewed Stroud-based printmaker and artist Nat Morley about her unique processes, her protest art and her time spent with Barrel Well Aboriginal Community, Australia. Nat was a prize-winning geographer at Oxford University, sings with Tewkesbury Abbey choir, and her artwork is on permanent display at the Cotswold Craftsmen Gallery in Nailsworth. Leslie: What are the main artistic medium/areas you work in? […]
Author: Leslie Tate
Leslie Tate is the non-binary author of three novels: Love’s Register, The Dream Speaks Back and Heaven’s Rage (which has been turned into a film). Leslie’s character-and-language-driven books deal with generational change, contemporary love, gender, creativity and the child within. Leslie, who studied writing with the University of East Anglia, has had poems shortlisted for the Bridport, Geoff Stevens and Wivenhoe Prizes. Every week, Leslie’s website https://leslietate.com carries written interviews with creative and community-active people – while other guests chat and play music live on Leslie’s radio show at https://radiodacorum.org.uk. Leslie is a climate activist who has MC-ed Extinction Rebellion stages.