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Review: Why We Tell Stories – Live from Calgary

mindshare is a creative community and online mental health publication. Reflections are by mindshare writers with lived experience of mental illness, specifically critiquing through a mental health lens. Content may contain triggering themes Miranda Krogstad is a Canadian spoken word poet, exploring why sharing our stories is important, during her online digital show, Why We…

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Review: Carla Lippis – New Songs for the New World

mindshare is a creative community and online mental health publication. Reflections are by mindshare writers with lived experience of mental illness, specifically critiquing through a mental health lens. Content may contain triggering themes. Showcasing a furious fistful of absolutely stellar new songs, Adelaide-born, globally-celebrated singer and cabaret performer Carla Lippis’ New Songs for the New…

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Review: I thought I Was Having an Existential Crisis, But It Was Just A Gluten Intolerance

mindshare is a creative community and online mental health publication. Reflections are by mindshare writers with lived experience of mental illness, specifically critiquing through a mental health lens. Content may contain triggering themes. I thought I Was Having an Existential Crisis, But It Was Just A Gluten Intolerance may be a mouthful to say but…

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Review: Journey

mindshare, a creative community and online mental health publication. Reflections are by mindshare writers with lived experience of mental illness, specifically critiquing through a mental health lens. Content may contain triggering themes.  Journey is a multidisciplinary theatre production showcasing a young cast of culturally diverse poets, actors, comedians, dancers, and storytellers.  The cast generously shares…

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Review: The Twins

mindshare is a creative community and online mental health publication. Reflections are by mindshare writers with lived experience of mental illness, specifically critiquing through a mental health lens. Content may contain triggering themes.  I love Shakespeare. One of my most treasured possessions is a gilded book of his complete works that my kids gifted me…

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Review: The D.D.C

This review was written for mindshare, a creative community and online mental health publication. Reflections are by mindshare writers with lived experience of mental illness, specifically critiquing through a mental health lens. Content may contain triggering themes.  Dead dads and comedy shouldn’t really mix but The D.D.C somehow makes it work. With its interesting premise,…

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