Killernova by Omar Musa
Omar Musa, Author, Poet, Rapper, Hip-hop Artist
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A multi-hyphenated soul, Omar Musa is a Malaysian-Australian multidisciplinary artist, author, rapper, poet, hip hop artist and now also woodcut printer. He has to his credit a long list of accomplishments, including four poetry books, four hip-hop records, he has written an acclaimed one-man play called Since Ali Died, and his debut novel, “Here Come the Dogs” was longlisted for the International Dublin Literary Award and the Miles Franklin Award. His most recent work, Killernova, is a new collection of poetry and wood cuts, and is an innovative, form-blending exploration of identity, history, and healing. He joins us now to share more.
Image credit: Omarmusa.com
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: performing arts, visual arts, Literature/Philosophy, music
Tags: Omar Musa, Killernova, woodcut printing, slam poetry, pangrok sulap, hip hop, spoken word, poetry,