Interview with our Race as Context Panelists
We’re so excited to wrap up our 2020-2021 speaker series with a unique conversation between Alex Sato, Gabriel Campbell, Jhon Valdes Klinger, and Kim Shuck, moderated by member Ellen McBarnette. This diverse and talented group of writers and poets will share their perspectives on race as context, and inspire discussion and exploration for others. We sent them some questions and their answers were so fantastic we really would rather bind them up and publish them as a book. Below are just a few of the highlights.
Questions from speaker chair Cristina Deptula of Authors Large & Small.
Thanks to Ellen McBarnette, Gabriel Campbell and Jhon Valdez Klinger for giving such thorough answers to our questions. We are so excited to have them on the panel this Sunday, where they’ll be joined by Kim Shuck and Alex Soto. Come ask your own questions at this Sunday’s panel (members come early so you don’t miss your chance to vote in the next board)!
Karma is president and web mistress for the Berkeley California Writers Club. She runs Future Is Fiction Communications, where she helps authors and other creatives spread the word about their projects. She writes poetry, and essays. She loves writing about music and politics.