Last week I had the opportunity to tear into the newly released manuscript of Zora Neale Hurston’s Barracoon: The Story Of The Last Black Cargo with a fantastic supplemental material from Alice
Happy 200th Birthday birthday Karl Marx! Welcome to the Internet! I need to start this post by qualifying that I do not identify as a Marxist, even if I am very sympathetic to many tenets of Marxism.
Beyoncé’s debut performance as the first black woman headliner at the predominantly all-white pricey music festival Coachella has made history for mainstream music in America. It racked up an i
Controversy is stirring after the wildly successful Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi publicly described his home country of New Zealand as “racist as f**k”. [email protected] host @Duncan
It appears some brave humanitarian soul has gotten me suspended from Twitter based on a tweet where I used the hashtag #KillAllMen. Not that it really matters, but the tweet appeared in an exch
I told you all about my essay on alien sexuality in fiction appearing in the debut issue of a new feminist punk-rock magazine a few weeks ago. This is the second of my previews of this issue of VENUSz
Dolores O’Riordan, the voice of The Cranberries and one of Ireland’s greatest musical exports, tragically passed away under currently unknown circumstances earlier this week. In a 2014 inc
Flashback Friday is back! On a Sunday! Freelance assignments overwhelmed me a bit this month, that’s why I’ve largely been absent from LGM. That’s the freelance life though, and hope