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I’ve written a new short story for this anthology ‘All Eyes On Me’. Featuring writing, lyrics and images by Riz Ahmed, Malorie Blackman, Salena Godden, Kerry Hudson, Maxine Peake and Wiley to name just a few.
About the anthology…
Working-class artists are hugely under-represented in the arts industries, facing extra challenges from unpaid work to prejudice, though they make up a third of the British population. How can we break this cycle of inequality?
Smashing It celebrates the achievements of working-class artists in Britain, from the global takeover of Grime musicians to the literary powerhouses pushing representative narratives, also showcasing their works. Offering guidance and inspiration, leading musicians, playwrights, visual artists, filmmakers and writers share how they overcame obstacles, from the financial to the philosophical, to make it in the arts.
An essential read, Smashing It will empower those who will be a part of tomorrow’s bigger picture.
About the Editor
Sabrina Mahfouz is a British Egyptian playwright, poet and screenwriter. Sabrina has been the Sky Arts Academy Scholar for Poetry, Leverhulme Playwright in Residence and Associate Artist at Bush Theatre, and she was named one of the inaugural 40 under 40 Royal Society of Literature fellows in 2018. The editor of the Guardian Book of the Year, The Things I Would Tell You: British Muslim Women Write, Mahfouz’s writing has also been published in The Good Immigrant and Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic.