Friday, October 28, 2022

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Ruth Anna Evans

Elizabeth interviews horror writer, Ruth Anna Evans, about her collection No One Can Help You: Tales of Lost Children and Other Nightmares.

Find Ruth Anna Evans' work:

Mentioned in the podcast: Trigger Warning. All proceeds from the sale of Trigger Warning are donated to Everytown for Gun Safety.

Friday, June 3, 2022



Elizabeth and Becca interview Copyslut about their music, sex work, and the zine Don't Hate My Heels: A Confrontation with Whorephobia in which the Whores Win.

Check out the music 

Apple Music

Check out the zine

Follow Copyslut 

Saturday, May 28, 2022

Davida Breier

Elizabeth interviews Davida Breier, author of the new book Sinkhole.

Davida will be at  Park Books Severna Park, MD on June 2, 2022.

Visit Davida's website at

Buy Sinkhole at or wherever books are sold. Support your independent book store.

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Bi+ Health Awareness Month

Elizabeth interviews Gabrielle Blonder of the Bisexual Resource Center about Bi+ Health Awareness Month 2022.

More information:

Bi+ Health Awareness Month 2022

Bisexual Resource Center

BRC on Social Media:

Instagram: @bisexualresourcecenter

Facebook: Bisexual Resource Center

Twitter: @brc_central

Meetup: Bi Community Activities

Saturday, March 12, 2022

Maxfield Sparrow of AANE

Elizabeth and Ames interview Maxfield Sparrow, a peer support group facilitator for AANE. Max runs gender identity support groups for autistic adults.

Max is also a co-founder and former co-facilitator of The Colorado Trans Autistic Peer Support Group.

AANE (The Asperger/Autism Network) - One of the oldest organizations established to serve the needs of people with the "Asperger/autism profile." AANE offers a wide range of supports, events, and services for individuals and families. AANE values autistic voices, accessibility, and inclusion.

Dr. Nick Walker is one of the three folx who independently-yet-simultaneously coined the term "neuroqueer" and joined forces to bring the idea of neuroqueering forward. Her essay, "Neuroqueer: An Introduction" is the best starting point for exploring these ideas.

Monday, February 14, 2022

KU Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity

Mick chats with Jesse Gardner of the University of Kansas Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity. 

Monday, January 31, 2022

Sheela Lambert

Elizabeth speaks with Sheela Lambert, Director of the Bi Writers Association and the Bisexual Book Awards. Sheela shares a special announcement.

The Bi Writers Association

Bi Writers Association Website
Facebook: @biwriters
Twitter: @BiBookAwards 

Bi Writers Conference: September 2022 Join the conference committee

Bisexual Book Awards

Watch video of the 9th Annual Bisexual Book Awards & Multi-Arts Reading: 

Bi People in the Arts-Monthly Join meetings online here

Sheela's Books:

Editor, Anthology of Bisexual Poetry project: Submissions open!

Editor, Best Bi Short Stories: Bisexual Fiction
Triple Finalist: Lammy Awards, Bisexual Book Awards & Rainbow Awards
Buy the book: Goodreads or Amazon