Many years ago, back when the OK Hotel was a dirty punk rock hole-in-the-wall club under the viaduct in downtown Seattle, I stood among a crowd mesmerized by Michelle Tea reading from her memoir, The Passionate Mistakes and Intricate Corruption of One Girl in America.
Ever wanted a women-centric history book to hand to a kid? This March, publisher City Lights/Sister Spit is releasing an exciting new book that tells the stories of 26 important American women, one for each letter of the alphabet.
Comedian Eddie Huang raised a red flag about ABC show based on his memoir, Fresh Off the Boat.
The moment I made the decision to write about my political communities back home during the first semester of my MFA program, I knew I would hit some walls. "It's ill-advised to write about politics this way," my instructor said. "Traditionally speaking, it doesn't work. Politics are told through something universal, a love story, a coming of age story."
Nia King juggles multiple creative endeavors as a zinester, writer, comic-maker, and host of We Want the Airwaves, a podcast that features interviews with political queer artists, trans artists, and artists of color.
The next episode of our Popaganda feminism and pop culture podcast is all about feminism and sci-fi. We’re featuring deep thoughts on Alien, personal stories about Octavia Butler, and ideas for how social justice activists can learn organizing skills from science fiction. But we would also love to feature opinions from our listeners, so we’ve set up a voicemail box where you can call in and leave us a message for the show.