Episode 136 Your guide for the journey. The work of the sensitivity reader with Patrice Williams Marks

April 02, 2019 01:02:01
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Episode 136 Your guide for the journey. The work of the sensitivity reader with Patrice Williams Marks
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We all want to introduce diverse characters into our work and not be afraid to tackle difficult social and cultural themes, but can we be sure we're getting the tricky issues right? Sensitivity readers like my guest Patrice Williams Marks can help us navigate and master the challenge of avoiding naivete and offence in the way we present our characters.

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