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Smashing It

Working Class Artists on Life, Art and Making It Happen

Edited by Sabrina Mahfouz
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: The Westbourne Press, London, United Kingdom
Published: 3rd Oct 2019
Dimensions: w 148mm h 210mm d 20mm
Weight: 394g
ISBN-10: 1908906405
ISBN-13: 9781908906403
Barcode No: 9781908906403
Synopsis
Smashing It celebrates the exceptional works and words of 31 leading working-class artists in Britain. Featuring writing, lyrics and images by Wiley, Maxine Peake, Malorie Blackman, Riz Ahmed and many more, it also includes reflections from artists on how class has impacted their working lives. Come behind the scenes to find out how they overcame obstacles - from the financial to the philosophical - to forge careers in the arts and get inspiration to launch your own project. Smashing It empowers those who will be a part of tomorrow's bigger picture. Contributors: Riz Ahmed, Sabeena Akhtar, Travis Alabanza, Anthony Anaxagorou, Raymond Antrobus, Malorie Blackman, Michaela Coel, Emma Dennis-Edwards, Maureen Duffy, Jenni Fagan, Marvell Fayose, Salena Godden, Hassan Hajjaj, Omar Hamdi, Kerry Hudson, Rabiah Hussain, Fran Lock, David Loumgair, Lisa Luxx, Paul McVeigh, Bridget Minamore, Courttia Newland, Aakash Odedra, Maxine Peake, Rebecca Strickson, Chimene Suleyman, Joelle Taylor, Monsay Whitney, Wiley, Madani Younis

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`An inspiring book full of fight, fire and light. Absolutely necessary for anyone interested in the arts to devour these pages to learn, create, laugh and, obviously, smash it.' Kate Tempest

`Empowering ... the bible for the next generation of artists from marginalised backgrounds.' Nikesh Shukla

`Incredible; warmth and wit radiate through these pages. It offers urgent inspiration for those from working class backgrounds and a revealing read for those who aren't. A must-read.' Yomi Adegoke