Books

Sister Spit’s New Generation of Queer Poets & Rebels: The Autostraddle Interview

In 1997, Michelle Tea and Sini Anderson started Sister Spit – a spoken word tour full of the best queer writers and poets around. Twelve years later, Sister Spit: The Next Generation is taking over the world/my heart. On October 5, the tour came to Phoenix and I interviewed them for you, which is actually a big deal because it was the first face-to-face interview I’ve ever done and I was scared, y’all.

Society + Culture

Emily’s Team Pick

Can you name every single country in the world in 15 minutes or less? What about all of Shakespeare’s plays in 10 minutes? Attempt all of this and more on Sporcle.com. We may or may not have spent 2+ hours doing this in DC.

Society + Culture

Alex’s Team Pick

Explore GOOD Magazine’s 100 most important, exciting, and innovative people, ideas and projects making our world better. They’re adding 5 items a day to their awesome interactive grid.

Arts + Pop Culture

Jess’s Team Pick

Kelly Clarkson performs a cover of the Black Keys song “Lies” in concert and it’s far sexier and intense than her own material.  I’m ready for a full album of songs like this rather than radio-friendly scream-fests.

By |October 13, 2009
Arts + Pop Culture

Alex’s Team Pick

In case you missed it, there’s a snippet of Adam Lambert’s new song for the movie “2012” circulating the internets — you can hear it here: “Time for Miracles“

By |October 13, 2009