Simon Mark Smith occasionally writes for magazines, below are a few examples.
The HAHA review is a review of Steve Dwoskin’s book of surrealist writing (what ever that means) and photo montages.
The article appeared in a magazine which is now defunct but was at the time a slick arts magazine called Disability Arts Magazine (or DAM).
[ haha review ]
The other article appeared in Disability Arts In London (DAIL), and looks at how music technology influences and liberates cultures within society.
The mouth and foot article is a critical look at the mouth and foot painters association and appeared in Dail and formed the basis of a couple of TV programs about the organisation.
The gridlock article is a review of Ben Elton’s book Gridlock.
[ gridlock article ]
And the “Out of ourselves” one is about disability art, and some of the issues I faced when being part of a disability art exhibition.
[ out of ourselves ]