In "The Subtweet," author, visual artist, musician, and university professor Vivek Shraya cuts to the heart of ambition, competition, and what it's like for a person of colour in music and art. Nam Kiwanuka talks to her about the experiences that led to writing a commentary on diversity, arts, and social media culture, and also about her mentorship of older writers through VS Books, her publishing imprint, a division of Arsenal Pulp Press.
Episode:
Creative Connections vs. Social Media
Aired:
Jul 09, 2020
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