Foreign-ness: Michelle Cahill and Ouyang Yu
Writing across histories, countries and languages, sometimes the stories of minority writers in Australia have been unspeakable. How do minority writers engage with the mainstream without becoming tokenised?
Writer and community activist, Roanna Gonsalves spoke with prize winning authors Michelle Cahill and Ouyang Yu about how they have addressed the challenges facing writers of colour and incorporated multiple perspectives in their work.
This event and podcast was produced by the UNSW Creative Practice Lab supported by UNSW Arts & Social Sciences.