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May 2, 2022

In this last episode on this year’s theme, "Care for the Future," Tamir Williams speaks with Rachel Kauder Nalebuff about her genre-bending book Stages: On dying, working, and feeling. Kauder discusses her experience as an artist-in-residence at an elder care facility in the Bronx, NYC; the lessons she learned...


Mar 31, 2022

In this episode, the second on this year’s theme, Care for the Future, Gwendolyn Beetham and Tamir Williams speak with Hil Malatino about his books Trans Care and Side Affects: On Being Trans and Feeling Bad. Malatino discusses how his work on care draws from and expands upon the genealogy of feminist work on care...


Mar 1, 2022

This episode recognizes the fortieth anniversary of two landmark publications for BIPOC queer feminist writing, This Bridge Called My Back and But Some of Us Are Brave—volumes whose foundational insights on the mutual formation of gender, sexuality, race, class, ability, environment, slavery, and colonialism have...


Jan 31, 2022

This episode is a celebration of k.d.lang’s album Ingénue, which was released 30 years ago this month on January 1st 1992. In conversation with scholar Mairead Sullivan and the admin from the Instagram account Canada.gov.ca, this month’s ep covers lesbian politics, Alberta, butch vocality, lang’s song writing...


Dec 2, 2021

December’s ep features a conversation with Karma Chávez about her new book The Borders of AIDS: Race, Quarantine, and Resistance out now from University of Washington Press. The book tracks how the early years of the AIDS pandemic in the United States saw the development of rhetorical strategies built on alienizing...