Books

RETRO: My Hours with Elie

04/11/2017 M. J. Moore 0

On a crisp, cool late autumn night in 1990, Elie Wiesel sat on stage in an auditorium at Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota, delivering an hour-long lecture, followed by a question-and-answer session. I stared […]

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Money and Drag don’t Mix

27/10/2017 Jean Decay 0

Financial struggles are part of every artist’s story, but Latinx drag performer Jean Decay has discerned a particularly entrenched history of money troubles among her community. Here she discusses how drag maintains the illusion of […]

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Bell of Amherst

05/08/2017 Jaime Lubin 0

From The Walking Dead to Dallas, Emma Bell has lit up our TV screens playing strong, self-assured women who defy extraordinary circumstances. But one of her greatest recent challenges was embodying an American icon, poet Emily Dickinson, […]

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Women Calling the Shots: NYWIFT At 40

03/08/2017 Emily Ferrara 0

For 40 years, one acronym has symbolized the power of women within the entertainment industry. NYWIFT (New York Women in Film and Television) is the preeminent association responsible for energizing the careers of female directors, […]