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2017 Year in Review

Cross-posted from All Things Linguistic.

In 2017, podcasting turned from a fun new experiment into a real, self-sustaining project, I checked off half of the American states on my have-visited list thanks to conference rotation (lifetime, not just in this year), and I got my book way closer to being a real thing you’ll get to see soon. 1,587 more words


"Don’t let your fate decide your destination": Lareb Soomro

Lareb Soomro is Sindh’s youngest novelist. She is a student of matriculation (tenth standard) aspiring to qualify for Chartered Accountancy and to earn a Nobel Prize in the field of Literature. 676 more words


Interview with Julia Ballenger

Julia and I talked using your hands when you can’t trust your eyes, the women in her work and the people that inspire her.

Julia Ballenger is a ceramics artist living in San Francisco. 655 more words


"Remove the Blame": Interview on Social Anxiety & Mental Health

@Social_anx is a Twitter page sharing relatable stories, polls and anonymous submissions about social anxiety. In this article, I interview the person behind the Twitter handle on their own experience having this illness, as well as their views and advice surrounding broader issues in mental health. 1,711 more words

Mental Health


“When I listen to artists… themselves, I can just feel it. I hear them better and I know them better. I feel like I can hear their visions and their mind working. 3,724 more words


Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex

An Interview with Rachel Herzing

The specific timing of this interview is important to highlight, as we’re now about midway through Black August. Could you possibly explain what Black August is, and why it is so important for people to recognize today? 5,399 more words


Consumed: Hindsight, Hopes & Tony Hawks [Interview]

Article by Sarah Williams. Photos by JJ Photography UK.

Consumed have been a huge influence for nearly two decades, having originated the classic UK skate-punk sound back in the late 90s. 2,811 more words

Sarah Williams