David Kaufman is a New York-based writer who regularly contributes to The New York Times, The Financial Times, Time International and The Daily Beast. He is also the charming madness behind the blog TRANSRACIAL.
David joined us on SistersTalk Radio to discuss what gay media is doing well to help further the fight for LGBT equality – and what we’re doing that might actually hurt the fight for LGBT equality.
* how she started her transition blog
* her experience with Second Life
* how her wife is dealing with her transition from male-to-female
* how she decides what she will blog about
* her favorite bloggers
If you missed tonight’s SistersTalk Radio Bloggers You Should Know Series, don’t fret. You can download and listen to the podcast now. We interviewed Deborah Goldstein, author of the blog Peaches and Coconuts.
Hear Deborah discuss:
* how she got started as a blogger
* her awesome family
* her readers
* handling controversial blog posts
* some of her favorite bloggers
* how she uses Twitter
Join us Sunday at 5pm central when we talk to transgender cultural icon Kate Bornstein.
2007 Juno and Gemini Award nominated singer-songwriter Kellylee Evans is a unique voice in the urban-jazz world, and many of today’s top musicians have taken notice. With a smooth style that slides through jazz, soul, R & B, blues and world music rhythms, Kellylee’s calming sound speaks volumes; Rich, soothing, robust and energizing, And with a songwriting talent being compared to Elvis Costello, Aimee Mann and Ron Sexsmith, this eclectic artist ignites inspiration. From the sultry What About Me? to the bluesy I Don’t Think I Want To Know, to the reggae-flavored Let’s Call A Truce Tonight and sexy poetical Spanish vibe of Rapunzel, the album is an eclectic and focused effort, held together by Kellylee’s rich, expressive, effortless vocal range.
Tonight’s SistersTalk Radio Bloggers You Should Know series features Tim Brownson, author of the blog TheDiscomfortZone.com. Tim blogs about personal development and life coaching. Hear Tim discuss: how he got started blogging, how he uses Twitter and how he used blogging for SEO purposes.
If you missed last week’s Bloggers You Should Know episode, you can listen to the podcast here. Our guest last week was Rachel Martin, author of the blog I’m a Mom in Real Life. Rachel blogs about about parenting, infertility problems, and marriage. She’s also a staunch supporter of LGBT rights and addresses ways the straight community can help promote LGBT equality.
Join us Sunday (March 8th) at 5pm central. Our guest will be Kellylee Evans - hottest rising urban jazz singer in Canada.
Sorry for the delay in posting about last night’s Bloggers You Should Know Series on SistersTalk Radio.
If you missed last night’s interview with Jay Morris (author of the blog JaySays.com), you can listen to the podcast now, or download it and listen later.
Hear Jay discuss:
* How he started blogging
* What motivates him to blog
* Being an atheist and a homosexual in an extremely religious family
* An interview with the author of Merle Horwitz (author of a book that addresses co-habitation contracts between unmarried couples)
* A joint project with Mr. JaySays – his partner of 11 years
Coming up on SistersTalk Radio:
Sunday, Feb. 15, 2009 – Lisa C. Moore – founder of Red Bone Press and editor of the book: does your mama know – an anthology of African American coming out stories. RedBone Press publishes work celebrating the cultures of black lesbians and gay men, and work that further promotes understanding between black gays and lesbians and the black mainstream.
We just finished our latest edition of the Bloggers You Should Know Series on SistersTalk Radio. Our guest tonight was Deb, author of the blog DebontheRocks.com: a blog about life, pop culture, sex, relationships, and politics with a satirical focus. She’s also a lesbian with two teenagers. She’s passionate about blogging, 2.0 life, and finding the next best thing.
We just finished another Wednesday edition of the SistersTalk Radio “Bloggers You Should Know Series.” Tonight, our guest was Iris Carter.
Iris writes the blog Muttonchops: a blog that focuses on people who tend to behave like sheep, following the crowd and bleating. On occasion they may be correct in following the herd but often they are uninformed and failing to think for themselves. She is also a national recreation examiner for examiner.com
*How long she’s been blogging
*How she got started as a blogger
*The most controversial subject she’s covered on her blog
*Who she thinks her blog audience includes
*The time she usually blogs
*How she uses Twitter
Listen to the podcast now, or download it and listen later.