I had the opportunity to chat with Connie, the founder and owner of Butch and Sissy. I had seen her products online and met her in person at ClexaCon 2018. Beyond buying a bunch of products from her, I also got to talking with her and when her podcast, Is There Gay Stuff In It?, started I was psyched. You can find her LGBTQ+ themed products on the official Butch & Sissy website and for this interview we chatted the business and the podcast. Thanks again to Connie for taking the time to answer all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Connie Collingsworth of Butch and Sissy ( @butchandsissy )from @kleffnotes”
I had the chance to chat with Oliver Mayer about the anxiously awaited sequel to his exceptional play, Blade to the Heat, Members Only. Set 22 years after the events his characters experienced, this new production examines what changes have happened over that span of time. Thank you to Oliver Mayer for speaking with me and for sharing some insights into his new work. Continue reading “Interview with Oliver Mayer from @kleffnotes”
I have been a huge fan of Lez Hang Out ever since they first dropped an episode and with season two kicking off recently I asked if the two fabulous hosts of the series, Leigh Holmes Foster and Ellie Brigida, would be willing to chat with me. Thank you so much to the two of them for their great answers and make sure to listen to their podcast every week for some great queer content. Continue reading “Interview with Leigh Holmes Foster and Ellie Brigida of @lezhangoutpod from @kleffnotes”
I had the opportunity to chat with Taras Lavren, whom many of you might recognize from the CBC/Netflix series Anne With an E. After appearing in season one as Nate, Lavren is returning for season two as a series regular. Beyond work on the series, he is also very musically inclined and has a number of other projects in the works. Thank you to Taras Lavren for agreeing to this interview. Continue reading “Interview with Taras Lavren from @kleffnotes”
I had the opportunity to chat with designer, NiK Kacy about their upcoming Equality Fashion Week in Los Angeles. This is the first event of its kind in the LA area and is being run to help give a spotlight to LGBT+ designers and their work, as well as help benefit the LGBT+ community through outreach. I greatly appreciate NiK Kacy taking the time to speak with me and if you are in the area starting on October 5th you should definitely try and check out their event.
Cheray O’Neal is a talented performer who will be debuting her solo show, Journey This, on October 12th. This show will focus on deep themes, but beyond being just a performance it will also act as a philanthropic endeavor to support those who have survived and been victims of cancer. I had the opportunity to ask O’Neal about her upcoming show and am very excited to share her responses with all of you. Thank you to Cheray O’Neal for taking the time to respond to my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Cheray O’Neal from @kleffnotes”
Do you love fanfic, queer women, just having something hilarious to listen to every other Tuesday? Then you need to be listening to Queer As Fiction and as a huge fan of the podcast and of the three hosts in general, I was psyched to get an interview with Kirsten King, Amanda Holland, and Ashly Perez. We chat queer fan fiction, the podcast, and hanging out and drunk watching things over on GirlShipTV. Thank you to these three fabulous women for agreeing to chat with me over email. Continue reading “Interview with the Queer As Fiction Podcast Hosts ( @QueerAsFic ) from @kleffnotes”
I had the opportunity to chat with Alexander Rodriguez, the entertainment host, who has his own iHeart Radio show and brand new talk show, Glitterbomb, coming out this month. Rodriguez is an enigmatic and fun personality who provided some fantastic answers. Thank you to Alexander Rodriguez for taking the time to answer my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Alexander Rodriguez ( @alexanderisonair )from @kleffnotes”
Former CEO of Aurora Media Peter August has a new position. August has acquired The Invader and is working as its publisher. News story followers of the Port Charles newcomer who arrived in the city last November are aware of his shocking connections to Cesar Faison, the mastermind international criminal who has terrorized the city and WSB Agent and former Police Commissioner Anna Devane. Mr. August took the time from his busy schedule to set the record straight for our readers.
In August I had the chance to attend FlameCon for the first time ever and while I could only really check out the vendor and artist area, I had the chance to chat through email with one of the guests. Kaitlyn Alexander is a very visible non-binary member of the LGBTQ+ community who you will recognize from Carmilla and their YouTube series, Couple-ish, as non-binary characters LaFontaine and Dee respectively. I greatly appreciate their giving me this opportunity to interview them about their work and their time at FlameCon. Continue reading “Interview with Kaitlyn Alexander ( @realisticsay ) from @kleffnotes”