In episode 10 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with Tracy M. King-Sanchez, an Award Winning Screenwriter and Author on her incredible journey from Brooklyn to Paris and her inspiring insights on race and diversity.
Tracy M. King-Sanchez is an award-winning screenwriter, former teacher, as well as a playwright, filmmaker and writer. Her short film, Artistic Closure, screened at the Stony Brook, Big Apple and Great Lakes Independent Film Festivals. Her writings have appeared in The Southampton Review, HotHouse Magazine, Midnight Breakfast, The Normal School, Atticus Review and Bold As Love Magazine. Tracy received her MFA from Stony Brook Southampton and completed a VONA/VOICES Residency. She is working on a novel and a collection of short stories set in Paris, where she currently resides.
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Presented by Crafted Society, Masters of Craft highlights phenomenal human beings from fashion, art, business, sport, philanthropy, media, music and entertainment through one-on-one conversation focused on the journey of becoming a master of one's craft. Receive first hand knowledge, learn of real life sacrifices, courage and passion and above all, be inspired. Masters of Craft is hosted by Martin Johnston, the founder of Crafted Society and Grant Trahant, the founder of Causeartist.