Welcome back to this our tenth episode! We're happy that you've been around for the ride! In this episode, Mitch Carr, a second-year MA student in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University stops by to chat about a project he is involved with centered on creativity, expression, and healing amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. Mitch talks to us specifically about "Creativity in the Time of COVID-19: Art as a Tool for Combatting Inequity and Injustice," which is a Mellon-funded project that inquires as to how everyday people are using creativity to cope with the pandemic. This is a great conversation, and if you'd like to take the survey and submit your wonderful work, head on over to this link!
You can reach out to Mitch on Instagram and Twitter, and you can learn more about the project and the Digital Humanities & Literary Cognition Lab at MSU at this link. Mitch is also on the job market, so if you know of any professional writing jobs within his wheelhouse, please reach out to him! If you'd like to learn more about the show, find links to things we talked about, find transcripts, or sign up to be a guest, please check out tellmemorepod.com. Feel free to follow us on Twitter at @TMM_Pod, too. Continued well wishes as this the fourth pandemic semester continues. Be safe.