SCREAMING AT THE SEA: RAGE AND GRIEF by Greta Sharp
A5, 24 pages, Risograph printed, Saddle stitched, Softcover, 2022
A collection of writings, drawings and photographs exploring a personal relationship with the sea as a survivor whose trauma is located in their bodymind with sounds, sights and smells of the British seaside. This zine explores healing, expressions of rage and grief, different ways of understanding the sea through various personal, political and geographical lenses, and using the voice as an anchor. Greta’s exploration into the voice expands on research into queer spirituality, being in the sea as a form of resourcing and co-regulation, relating to the sea as a trans AFAB (assigned female at birth) person, and crip care and access.