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Interview with writer/artist Khairani Barokka

What Media Says




In this article: Khairani Barokka

Written by Alice Wong, and was originally published in Disability Visibility Project

Apr 19, 2017

How do we make literature more accessible in terms of different audiences including the actual format of prose/poetry? Khairani: This really is the question, isn’t it? I think we should pay writers more and fund the arts in all ways and make writing courses and career avenues accessible and inclusive, to start. In terms of publishing, there’s a variety of ways that websites, e-books, and print books can be more inclusive, and the resources are available. There are people out there whose job it is to do this, so I think publishers should seek them out and make access and inclusion a priority. The same goes for “the art world”.

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