#FearlessFridays: Sara Mora

#FearlessFridays: Sara Mora

We’re honoring Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15) by featuring a member of Latinx community. Next up: activist Sara Mora! Mora immigrated to the U.S. illegally with her parents from Costa Rica when she was 3 years old. At 16, she joined the Deferred Action for...
#FearlessFridays: Ellen Ochoa

#FearlessFridays: Ellen Ochoa

We’re honoring Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15) by featuring a member of Latinx community. First up: engineer/former astronaut Ellen Ochoa! Ochoa studied electrical engineering at Stanford University, earning a master’s degree (1981) and a doctorate (1985)....
RPG Writers Workshop Review

RPG Writers Workshop Review

“Want to write a tabletop RPG, but aren’t sure where to start?” This headline stared back at me like it knew my soul. “Yes, yes I do!” I thought as I paid my $29 for access to a class that I hoped would change my life. Perhaps I shouldn’t put so much pressure on...
Performer Spotlight: Myzchief Du Voodoo

Performer Spotlight: Myzchief Du Voodoo

And now for something a little different: SHE Fellow Aiesha D. Little talked to “nerdlesque” dancer/promoter M Simona Stephenson (stage name Myzchief Du Voodoo) about brand of feminism, her nerdy upbringing and making geek sexy. Little: Tell us about...
Author Interviews: Nikki Woolfolk

Author Interviews: Nikki Woolfolk

SHE Fellow Aiesha D. Little spoke to author/chocolatier Nikki Woolfolk about their approach to storytelling and future projects. Little: What are your pronouns?Woolfolk: They/Them though there was one person that used to follow me around like they were Marcy to my...