Author Interview, Blog, Podcast Shownotes

The Eras as Book Recommendations + Stratchey, Woolf & Bloomsbury

Where are the Swifties? Jordy and Berkley publicist, Kristin Cipolla, sit down to discuss two of their favorite things: Taylor Swift and books. If you’re looking for book recommendations based on each of Taylor’s eras, you’re in the right place.  In the second segment, Alana speaks with Nino Stratchey, of the infamous Stratchey family. They …

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Author Interview, Blog, Podcast Shownotes

The One You Want to Marry (And Other Identities I’ve had) with Sophie Santos

In this laugh out loud episode, Niba interviews Sophie Santos, author of the recently released memoir The One You Want to Marry (And Other Identities I’ve Had). Sophie Santos is a comedian, writer, and actor based in Brooklyn & LA. She’s written for TV shows on Bravo and MTV and currently hosts the satirical comedy …

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Blog, Social Justice

How to Support Queer Communities After Pride Month

It’s almost August 1st. All the rainbow flags have been removed from companies’ logos; the national retail stores have discontinued their Pride merchandise; the local coffee shop has removed its “5% of all sales support LGBTQ+ communities!” promotion. Although many organizations supported queer communities during the month of June, we need to hold people accountable …

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Blog, Social Justice

Company Pride Logos: Performative or Productive?

Scenario: It’s May 31st. Every company logo has their normal color, normal style, normal everything. The clock strikes midnight on June 1st? Rainbow, rainbow, rainbow! Although the visibility for the queer community is admirable, it begs the question: is changing your company’s logo for Pride considered performative or productive?   There are a few different sides …

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