Today’s interview is with author, and academic, Chris L Terry. Chris spent his teen years singing in the Richmond, VA punk scene, where I first met him, and he has gone on from that to become both an author, and teacher. Chris’ writing draws from his personal life, and offers a place of reflection to his experiences growing up as a human being of mixed race, in the south, amidst the 90s, and punk rock. He is currently co-editing the book, Black Punk Now, to bring more visibility to the prevalence of black punk rockers in the narrative of punk rock. It was awesome to talk to Chris, and hear about how he came into building the life hes living, what he has found to work for him on his personal path, and what he is working towards.
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