This idea of supporting and holding each other up and putting each other ahead is something I learned early on. I do feel strongly that there’s room for all of us to succeed.
—Tamara Jong

In this episode, I talk to Tamara Jong about celebrating writers’ publication wins.

Tamara Jong (she/her) is a Montreal-born mixed-race writer/cartoonist of Chinese and European ancestry. Her work has appeared in Anomaly, Carte Blanche, Room, The New Quarterly, Invisible Publishing, and Body & Soul: Stories for Skeptics and Seekers.

Listen to her take on holding each other up as writers, jealousy, and persevering to publish. Plus she talks about how to get started in narrative comic art.

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