Conner Milliken

Conner Milliken is Conner Milliken is working on a DFA in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow. His work focuses on queer autobiography and the writing of the self. He is a Creative Scotland-funded artist for experimental dance performance, GAYBOYS in collaboration with Craig Manson. Conner is a Total Theatre Award Winner under FERAL Arts where he is an associate producer. He lives in Glasgow with his two cats.

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Milliken offers a piece of hybrid writing that explores the reparative potential of gaps in times of turmoil.


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