Lorelei Lee is an actor, screenwriter, activist and adult film star. She writes an advice column called “Ask Lorelei: Advice from a Feminist Porn Star” , and joined Nicole to talk about writing, negotiating, lubricant, dealing with trolls, dealing with jerks, No on 60, and MORE!!! I promise you will get some excellent advice from this episode.
John Jennings is an Eisner winning scholar, artist, and curator.
On this episode, we talk about his upcoming graphic novel adaptation of Octavia Butler's "Kindred", race & representation in comics, and his award-winning book "The Blacker the Ink: Constructions of black identity in comics and sequential art".
LESBIAN BED DEATH with Jessica Lanyadoo & Lex Vaughn.
Lanyadoo is an internationally respected Astrologer and Psychic
Medium who has been in private practice with clients all over the world
since 1995. She is a triple capricorn, and you can find her horoscopes
and more at lovelanyadoo.com.
Graham and Diane are a codependent shut-in couple helmed by Lex Vaughn.
Graham is a homemade doll given to Diane by her drifter uncle, Uncle Rummy.
They’ve recently broke through their fear and are now doing comedy on the buffet circuit and are doing interviews with celebrities like Peaches and MEN.
travel to Oakland to discuss bangs, editing, tattoos, chickens, and
writing with Mariko Tamaki. She is a writer who collaborated with
illustrator Jillian Tamaki on the books "Skim" and "This One Summer". Mariko
has also written the novel "Saving Montgomery Sole", and some comics
for the Ninja Turtles & Tomb Raider. AMONG OTHER THINGS. She does a
lot. Please enjoy this hilarious time with us.
(photo by Kyle Lasky. Her bangs do not currently look like this.)
Then! I am joined in San Francisco by artist Mari Naomi, to discuss her new book "Turning Japanese", our opinions of PDA, and her Cartoonist of Color Database project.
This week, producer Chris Sutton turns the microphone tables on Nicole and we talk about the podcast, dating cartoonists, animals, work, and the time Chris got called a hippie. Tune in!
and then, a shocking interview with veganism's Queen Regent, Isa Chandra Moskowitz (author of Veganomicon) about the time she almost died right before my very eyes.