Episode 7 | Kama La Mackerel

Kama La Mackerel talks about her newest project, pros and cons of going to art school, and increasing visibility of trans femmes of colour.

Episode 6 | Lateef Martin

Lateef Martin

Lateef Martin talks about racism and inclusivity, being called out for misogynoir, and zombies as a symbol for otherness and the infection of bias.

Episode 5 | Jennifer Kruidbos

Jennifer Kruidbos talks about the process of grief and how yoga can help, the ways that language has guided her life journey so far, and throwing napkins off the top of buildings.

Episode 4 | Leona Woodmass

Leona Woodmass talks about how her conservative upbringing made her feminist, her LGBT* advocacy work, and the art class she teaches her grandchildren.

Episode 3 | Kristin Norderval

Kristin Norderval

Composer and Performer Kristin Norderval talks about human rights, her experience as a lesbian and a sexual assault survivor, and how she wrote her opera.

Episode 2 | Lenore Herrem

The multi-talented Lenore Herrem talks about creativity and mental health, the importance of friendship, and how much she loves the sound of water.

Episode 1 | Athena Holmes

Athena Holmes

Athena Holmes talks about their two different personas, Ms. Holmes and BiG SiSSY, racism and misogyny in the music industry, and how they write songs while biking.