This book is, in essence, a bit of well-written fan fiction of a literary character that most people don’t give more than a passing thought to. It isn’t high literature. It isn’t meant to teach us things about the human experience. But, sapphic love is great and needs as much representation as possible, so cheers to that.
This episode covers the topic of hate crimes, specifically toward the LGBTQ+ community. Our guests include Fresno Police Chief Paco Balderama, US Attorney Phillip Talbert with the Department of Justice, Daren Miller with the Stop The Hate Town Hall plus Dr. Katherine Fobear of California State University Fresno discussing the new LGBTQ+ minor at the university and the upcoming fundraiser “A Love Letter To Fresno’s Queer West”.
In case you missed it… Listen Now to the edited version of our radio broadcast from December 2022: Proud Boys and Pride Flags… plus Best of pop culture of 2022!
In case you missed it… Listen Now to the edited version of our radio broadcast from November, 2022
This book feels like a bit of a throwback to the more male-centered Thriller/Adventure novel and includes several familiar cliches and tropes, but it also can sit comfortably in the realm of Contemporary Fiction because while violence might be the beginning and end of the action, there is a lot of introspection and relationship building as well.
The Election Episode from October 21st, 2022. Our special guest is Will Johnson, Legislative Officer from the Kennedy Club. We discuss the upcoming election and the propositions and measures on the ballot in California.
Our guests included Carlene Mendez of Westcare, Julio Mastro of the Fresno AIDS Walk, and Kathleen Arambula Reyna of the Fresno REEL Pride Film Festival. Chris and Kaylia also discuss Suicide Prevention and our regular feature: the Good News / Bad News.
Our guests were Joe Prado of the Fresno County Health Department, Krysten Cherkaski of the GSA Network (Here is the Devising Freedom direct link), Dr. Katherine Fobear of the Qistory project and Paul Hernandez and Jessica Graves from the Drag Brunch at the Fresno Breakfast House.
Our guests were Socorro Santillan (Planned Parenthood), Patricia Brown (local family attorney), and Lynda Wilkinson and Tiana Perez (Fresbians and SheBar). We also feature Pride Night at the Zoo interviews with Haley White (Fool’s Collaborative), Deacon Nancy Key, and Zack Powerhouse.
Our guests for this show were Jena Adams and Maria Zendejas of the Fresno County Dept of Public Health discussing HIV & AIDS and PREP.