Interlude 004 is all about inclusivity/exclusivity: from podcasts that interview with inclusivity in mind to the global women’s march in January. Plus, “Nvr Pass” by previous Grrl on Grrl guest Emma with her band She/Her/Hers, and the poem “A Kind of Dying” by San Diego poet Felicia Williams.
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Links & Notes
- She/Her/Hers – “Nvr Pass”
- Keep updated on the release of their next album Grrrl Angst by following them on Facebook.
- Birthday Loon Studios by Hailey Wojcik – you can hear some more about Hailey’s stop motion animation work on her episode here
- So much detail. So much work.
- All her videos on Vimeo
- Angry Grrrl Music of the Indie Rock Persuasion by Amanda Starling – a podcast highlighting women, femmes, LGBTQ, and minority movements in the punk rock & indie rock scenes
- Sooo Many White Guys
- “Join comedian Phoebe Robinson as she talks to performers, musicians, authors and artists who are killing it in their fields. Oh, and none of them are white dudes! Whew.”
- Episode 17 with Margaret Cho – “Phoebe and Margaret Cho Hope They Die Alone”
Women’s March / Exclusion of Trans Voices
- TransEthic interview with Katelyn Burns on Writing, Politics, and Moving Forward
- Her poem “A Kind of Dying” with backing track by Asher Mendel
- Her collaborative poetry zine Madwoman et cetera, which you can buy here
Thank you to Felicia Williams, Asher Mendel, Emma of She/Her/Hers, and Polish for the use of their song “Drive.”