Monday, November 30, 2020

World AIDS Day with the NBJC

Amy and Elizabeth discuss World AIDS Day with Kia Darling-Hammond of the National Black Justice Coalition.

Friday, November 20, 2020

Friday, November 13, 2020

Kathleen Jowitt

 Amy and Elizabeth interview author Kathleen Jowitt, about her new release, The Real World.

Kathleen's Website

Social Media
TwitterInstagramFacebook: @kathleenjowitt

Friday, August 14, 2020

Friday, July 24, 2020

Lamonte D. Valentine

Elizabeth and Amy speak with Lamonte D. Valentine, author of the book, Rising, book one of the Coven of Zora series.

L. D. Valentine's Author Site 

Twitter: @ld_valentine

Purchase Rising


Barnes & Noble

Google Books

Amy's review of Rising

Friday, July 10, 2020

Disarm Hate

Elizabeth interviews Julianna Brudek, the director of the newly released documentary, Disarm Hate.

Click here for Disarm Hate viewing options

Disarm Hate on Social Media:

Facebook: @doc2disarmhate
Instagram: @doc2disarmhate
Twitter: @disarmhate

Friday, June 26, 2020

Jayne B. Shea

Amy and Elizabeth talk with Jayne B. Shea, Bi+ artist, author, and entrepreneur.

Find Jayne's work:

Thursday, June 18, 2020

David Johns, NBJC

David Johns, NBJC

Elizabeth sits down with David Johns, Executive Director of the National Black Justice Coalition. 

Website: National Black Justice Coalition

Friday, June 12, 2020

Monday, June 8, 2020

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter We at bi+plus denounce racism and all other tools of oppression. It is a systemic disease that intentionally separates and divides our communities, pitting us against one another by privileging white people, while disenfranchising, even demonizing all others.

Together we are strongest. Together we can change the world. Therefore, we stand with our siblings who continue to live underneath the tyranny of racism and systematic genocide, pledging to use our platform to uplift their voices and dismantle these evil institutions.

Black trans lives matter. Black bi+ lives matter. Black lives matter.

Resources for Accountability and Action for Black Lives  

compiled by C. Johnson of Atlanta Resistance Revival Chorus

Friday, May 22, 2020

Ruby Walker

Elizabeth and Amy talk to Ruby Walker, author of Advice I Ignored, Stories and Wisdom from a Formerly Depressed Teen.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Ross Victory

Mick and Elizabeth sit down with author and musician, Ross Victory.

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Daena: "Electric" EP

Photoa: Acacia Evans

Elizabeth and Mick talk with musical artist, Daena about her new EP, Electric.

Friday, April 17, 2020

The Forbidden Apple

Elizabeth sits down with Pelayo Alvarez and Melissa Weisz from the queer faith podcast, The Forbidden Apple.

Friday, March 20, 2020

Candace Cane

Elizabeth chats with burlesque artist and pole dance teacher, Candace Cane.

Follow Candace on Facebook and Instagram: @sweetmscandace

Friday, March 6, 2020

E. Latimer: Witches of Ash & Ruin

Elizabeth and Amy speak with author, E. Latimer about her new book, Witches of Ash & Ruin.

You can find Witches of Ash & Ruin wherever books are sold.
Support your local bookstore. They can order this book for you if it isn't already in stock.

E. Latimer's Website

E. Latimer on Twitter

Friday, February 7, 2020

Društvo Kvartir

Elizabeth interviews Verity Ritchie, Lan Aidan and Ada Černoša of the Slovanian queer, feminist collective, Društvo Kvartir.

Društvo Kvartir is the first and only Slovenian organization running a bisexual program, as well as doing work with transgender people and lesbians, focusing on community building, queer art, and sexual health.

Tumblr: drustvokvartir
Facebook: @drustvokvartir
Instagram: drustvokvartir

Movies mentioned in this episode:
Happy Bi Day  & The Mystery of the Ljubljana Visitation

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Elle Beau: Writer, Life Coach, Shamanic Practitioner

Elizabeth and Amy sit down with Elle Beau, Writer, Life Coach, and Shamanic Practitioner.

Elle Beau writes about sex, relationships, spirituality and society. Her Medium publication, Inside of Elle Beau, focuses primarily on personal stories, humor, and societal power dynamics. She is the editor of Sensual Enchantment, a publication that celebrates the enchanted nature of life, love, and sexuality. It features the Dear Elle advice column as well as erotica and essays about spirituality, polyamory, relationships, and sex from a wide variety of writers. Elle is also a regular contributor to Sexography, P.S. I Love You, and Polyamory Today. Elle's article on the myths of polyamory can be found on The Elephant JournalHer piece on the the misconception that love gets watered down if it is not concentrated on just one person, Do You Ever Want Just One Person's Love?is on Medium. Look for Elle's upcoming work to be published online on BerlinableIf you are interested in a sex positive club experience for bi+ women, Elle recommends reading her article, Skirt Club.

Elle is a trained life coach and shamanic healer, specializing in relationships, authenticity and healing from trauma.If you are interested in speaking with Elle about Life Coaching or her Shamanic practice, she can be reached via email at

Elle on Twitter: @ElleBeau

Friday, January 24, 2020

Reuben "Tihi" Hayslett: Dark Corners

Elizabeth and Mick interview Reuben "Tihi" Hayslett, author of Dark Corners, a Kirkus Reviews Indie Book of the Year.

Find Reuben "Tihi" Hayslett on Facebook