Olivia Spring 


writer / editor / magazine-maker / reader


founder & editor of SICK, a magazine by chronically ill & disabled people 





selected work 


Bruises (and the white line on my thigh), SICK issue 3, August 2021

Working in the creative industries with chronic illness, It’s Nice That, May 2020

Letter from the editor, Rekto: Verso, June 2021

Hot Summer, The Grapevine, August 2020

On the 171, Ache issue 2, July 2019

‘We’ve made a shrine at home’ - Liverpool and Tottenham fans, in pictures, the Guardian, June 2019

Girls who escaped captivity from Boko Haram tell their stories, Marie Claire, 2017

Interview: Tracey Emin, [smiths], May 2016



interviews & reviews 


Bite my Tongue podcast guest, August 2021

lutte collective, featured artist, January 2021

magCulture, review of issue 2, August 2020

Stack, review of issue 2, August 2020

New York Times, 28 Ways to Learn About Disability Culture, July 2020

education


Goldsmiths, University of London BA (Hons) journalism, class of 2018

Intern at the Guardian Weekend and Marie Claire magazine, 2019 & 2017

Write like a Grrrl, fiction writing courses, 2019 & 2020

other stuff 


Represented by Seren Adams of United Agents

Monson Arts resident, September 2021

Hosted a writing class exploring themes of illness with the remote body, April 2021





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