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is living in Philadelphia and telling stories about the intersections of health & justice. Their work often explores trans legacies and futures, grief, harm reduction, and people generally fucking shit up towards collective liberation. Alongside his writing and editing practices, Clare works in harm reduction and spent two years on the team set to open the country's first state-regulated overdose prevention center in 2024. 

Contact: clare.boyle11@gmail.com 

 

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Clare Boyle is living in Philadelphia and telling stories about the intersections of health and justice. Through research, oral history, writing, new media, and performance, they excavate intimate histories of science and medicine, revealing these disciplines as mechanisms of control and illuminating the work of communities “building [an abolitionist] future from the present,” in the words of Dr. Ruth Wilson Gilmore. Clare’s work has recently appeared with The Appeal, Bolts Magazine, and WHYY’s The Pulse, and is forthcoming from Majuscule. They are passionate about sharing tools for people to tell their own stories and have taught audio and writing workshops with the Brown University Center for Students of Color, the Swearer Center, WBRU, and Blue Stoop: A Home for Literary Philly. Alongside his writing and editing practices, Clare works in harm reduction and spent two years supporting the team set to open the nation’s first state-sanctioned overdose prevention center in 2024. In another life, they studied Comparative Literature and audio production at Brown University. 

 

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