Sunny Singh is another one of the fantastic creators I met a few months ago at Patrecon. I was thrilled to be meeting a fellow vegan creator, and was especially excited to learn about his work documenting hardcore shows on hate5six.Continue reading →
Picture it: exhausted, I am saying my last goodbyes at the closing party for Patrecon. There’s my pal Science Mom chatting in the stairway. I decide to quickly interrupt to say a quick goodbye, only to realize that the person she is talking to is cartoonist Jason Porath, whose creative work celebrates “women of history and myth who were too awesome, awful, or offbeat for the animated princess treatment.” We need to talk.Continue reading →
My friend Mr.Hip just released a new album entitled Vegan Paradise, which was just the excuse I needed to bring him back on the podcast. We talk about the album, his inspiration behind it, and coping with the holidays as a vegan. Hip is a constant source of inspiration in my life, so I know you’ll love this interview! Continue reading →
I was thrilled to talk with queer femme filmmakers Chelsea Moore and Erica Rose about their film, Girl Talk. We talked a good bit about why storytelling is such a powerful tool for social change, the need for underrepresented people to tell their own stories. and so much more. I know you’re going to love this conversation!
I met Keith Knight at Patrecon a couple of weeks ago after his panel on navigating financial independence as a creator. I loved what he had to say on the panel, and of course love the way he uses his art to address racism. We talk here about his work, his music, his exciting news with Hulu, and how he has put together his career as an independent artist. Continue reading →
Allison Argo and I just missed each other at the Compassion Arts Festival in Boston, but that didn’t stop us from finding the time to chat about her absolutely magnificent film, The Last Pig. The film is a intimate journey into the life of a pig farmer as he grapples with death, searches for compassion, and finally finds the courage to change. Continue reading →