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Representing Home

In this episode, Chase Rhys talks to Terry-Ann Adams (Those Who Live in Cages) and Lynthia Julius (Uit die Kroes) about what it’s like to write about one’s home, and the complexities and joys that come from making one’s community and lived experience visible through art.

This podcast is brought to you by our sponsor, the Heinrich Boell Foundation.  Our producer is Andri Burnett.

You can also find this episode on all major podcasting apps, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Pocket Casts.

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2 responses to “Representing Home”

  1. mole Lekwane says:

    Loved loved listening to this. Well done to all. Love you TA and well done

  2. Mel Titus says:

    How empowered and proud I felt listening to you all, Chase, I recall your Drama School days fondly. Terry-Ann and Lynthia how amazing it is to have role models like you two for our women, I love, love, love this Podcast so much, thank you for producing such inspiring Books. I’m a PROUD COLOURD WOMAN, MOTHER, WIFE, SISTER, DAUGHTER AND FRIEND and I am proud to be represented by women like yourselves to the rest of the world, well done❤

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