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Queer and trans artists of color : stories of some of our lives / interviews by Nia King ; co-edited by Jessica Glennon-Zukoff and Terra Mikalson.

By: King, Nia.
Contributor(s): Glennon-Zukoff, Jessica | Mikalson, Terra.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform], [2014]Description: ix, 228 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1492215643; 9781492215646.Other title: Queer & trans artists of color.Subject(s): Gay artists -- Interviews | Transgender artists -- Interviews | Minority artists -- InterviewsDDC classification: 709.22
Contents:
Foreword / Toi Scott -- Introduction / Nia King -- Interviews. Ryka Aoki -- Van Binfa -- Micia Mosely -- Yosimar Reyes -- Kortney Ryan Ziegler -- Lovemme Corazón -- Fabian Romero -- Magnoliah Black -- Kiam Marcelo Junio -- Miss Persia and Daddie$ Pla$tik -- Virgie Tovar -- Julio Salgado -- Nick Mwaluko -- Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarsinha -- Janet Mock -- Nia King -- Bios. Artist bios -- Editor bios.
Summary: A collection of sixteen unique and honest conversations you won't read anywhere else... Mixed-race queer art activist Nia King left a full-time job in an effort to center her life around making art. Grappling with questions of purpose, survival, and compromise, she started a podcast called We Want the Airwaves in order to pick the brains of fellow queer and trans artists of color about their work, their lives, and "making it"--both in terms of success and in terms of survival. In this collection of interviews, Nia discusses fat burlesque with Magnoliah Black, queer fashion with Kiam Marcelo Junio, interning at Playboy with Janet Mock, dating gay Latino Republicans with Julio Salgado, intellectual hazing with Kortney Ryan Ziegler, gay gentrification with Van Binfa, getting a book deal with Virgie Tovar, the politics of black drag with Micia Mosely, evading deportation with Yosimar Reyes, weird science with Ryka Aoki, gay public sex in Africa with Nick Mwaluko, thin privilege with Fabian Romero, the tyranny of "self-care" with Lovemme Corazón, "selling out" with Miss Persia and Daddie$ Pla$tik, the self-employed art activist hustle with Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarsinha, and much, much more. Welcome to the future of QPOC art activism.
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Foreword / Toi Scott -- Introduction / Nia King -- Interviews. Ryka Aoki -- Van Binfa -- Micia Mosely -- Yosimar Reyes -- Kortney Ryan Ziegler -- Lovemme Corazón -- Fabian Romero -- Magnoliah Black -- Kiam Marcelo Junio -- Miss Persia and Daddie$ Pla$tik -- Virgie Tovar -- Julio Salgado -- Nick Mwaluko -- Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarsinha -- Janet Mock -- Nia King -- Bios. Artist bios -- Editor bios.

A collection of sixteen unique and honest conversations you won't read anywhere else... Mixed-race queer art activist Nia King left a full-time job in an effort to center her life around making art. Grappling with questions of purpose, survival, and compromise, she started a podcast called We Want the Airwaves in order to pick the brains of fellow queer and trans artists of color about their work, their lives, and "making it"--both in terms of success and in terms of survival. In this collection of interviews, Nia discusses fat burlesque with Magnoliah Black, queer fashion with Kiam Marcelo Junio, interning at Playboy with Janet Mock, dating gay Latino Republicans with Julio Salgado, intellectual hazing with Kortney Ryan Ziegler, gay gentrification with Van Binfa, getting a book deal with Virgie Tovar, the politics of black drag with Micia Mosely, evading deportation with Yosimar Reyes, weird science with Ryka Aoki, gay public sex in Africa with Nick Mwaluko, thin privilege with Fabian Romero, the tyranny of "self-care" with Lovemme Corazón, "selling out" with Miss Persia and Daddie$ Pla$tik, the self-employed art activist hustle with Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarsinha, and much, much more. Welcome to the future of QPOC art activism.

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