Pull Back the Curtain At Our Autostraddle Town Hall!

The Autostraddle Team is holding a public Town Hall so that you can ask us your questions about our editorial visioning and goals, what we’ve got planned, A+ membership, and more! Carmen, Laneia, Rachel, Shelli, and Nicole will be present and talking about the future of AS in conversation. We hope you’ll join us! You can submit your questions about the publication, our editorial goals and A+ ahead of time using this form — and get to know a bit more about how Autostraddle is running behind the scenes!

💜 Monday June 21, 5pm PST / 8pm EST
💜 Free & open to the public
💜 Register Here
💜 Submit your questions about Autostraddle’s digital publication, editorial plans, and A+ here!
💜 Realtime captioning by StenoKnight Services
💜 Approximate run time: 90 minutes

The link for captions will be provided at the start of the event in the chat window. A transcript and recording of the event will be made available on Autostraddle.com within 3 days of the live event.

Don’t forget to send us your questions, even if you can’t make the live event! But also: come to the live event! It’ll be a hoot.

We keep Autostraddle majority free-to-read, but it isn't free to create! We need YOU to sign up for A+ to help keep this indie queer media site funded. A+ membership starts at just $4/month or $30/year. If you can, will you join?

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Nicole Hall

Nicole Hall is Autostraddle's A+ and Fundraising Director, and has been fundraising and working in the arts and nonprofit sector for over a decade. They write nonfiction as well as aggressively gay and sometimes spooky fiction. They live in Pittsburgh with their partner, Sadie. They are also a gardener, project queer, witchy/wizardly human and BFF to a lovely senior rescue dog. You can find them on Twitter and Instagram as @nknhall.

Nicole has written 72 articles for us.


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