I’ll be speaking at the Brooklyn Historical Society tomorrow!
The event is free and open to the public, but getting tickets is recommended!
Ways to support QTPOC artists!
Here are some of the great QTPOC artists and activists I have interviewed over the past year. Click on their links to find out more about how to support their work, whether it’s buying their books, coming to their shows, or booking them to speak at your school!
- Virgie Tovar - fat activist and writer
- Nia King - podcaster
- Kim Tillman - musician
- Micia Mosely - comedian
- Magnoliah Black - burlesque performer
- Ryka Aoki - writer/performer
- Julio Salgado - illustrator
- Askari Gonzalez - writer/performer
- Fabian Romero - poet/performer
- Day Al-Mohamed - writer
- Miss Persia and Daddie$ Pla$tik - drag queen/musicians/performers
- Van Binfa - cartoonist/organizer
- Kiam Marcelo Julio - multi-media artist
- J Mase III - poet/performer
- Toasted Marshmallows - documentarians
- Karinda Dobbins - comedian
- Juba Kalamka - musician/performer
- Lexi Adsit - academic/organizer
- Totally Radical Muslims - zine editors
- Manish of Peacock Rebellion - producer/performer
If you have any trouble reaching any of them, hit me up and I’ll do my best to put you in touch.
Catch me in Brooklyn!
Brooklyn Zine Fest is this week/end! I’ll be speaking on a panel about mixed race zines on Thursday, 4/24 and speaking on another panel about queer and trans zines on Saturday, 4/26. C’mon down to the Brooklyn Historical Society and say hi! <3
I’ll also be tabling at BZF on Sunday, 4/27 with a bunch of zines you won’t be able to find anywhere else!
My proposal got accepted!
I will be leading a Podcasting 101 workshop at the Allied Media Conference this summer!