Join Amy and Lynnette as they talk with writer, activist and educator Seth Fischer as he tells us about the excerpt from his novel The Mabel Files, “Coyote In The Blood” And we discuss why Pride Month can be so difficult for our community.
Seth Fischer’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Guernica, Joyland, Gargoyle, PANK, Best Sex Writing, and other journals and anthologies. His essay work was also selected as notable in The Best American Essays, and he has attended residencies at Ucross, Lambda Literary, Jentel, Woodstock Byrdcliffe, and elsewhere. He was the first Sunday editor at The Rumpus, and he is also a professional developmental editor of novels and memoirs. He teaches at Antioch University Los Angeles and Writing Workshops Los Angeles. Find him atwww.seth-fischer.com
We are excited to bring comic book creator Nichole Robinson (aka Mosdakky) on to tell us about “Manthology” The new comic anthology that shines a refreshing light on stereotype tropes surrounding the typical gender roles in stories.
The Los Angeles Women’s Comic Creators League (aka The Lady Bugs) is an open group of women comic book enthusiasts and creators. Their primary mission is to create a safe space for women to share projects, make friends, and most importantly, HAVE FUN!!
The MANthology. The idea is to put men into roles typically reserved for women, to highlight the difference between how we treat men and women in the media.
Lynnette discusses #BHAM 2017 this year with Denarii Monroe. Denarii shares her idea for the theme for this year “Social Health” The new format for Bisexual Health Awareness Month breaks down the topic of Social Health into four focus areas (Friends, Family–chosen or of origin, Partners, and Community).