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Author: Jonah Kilday & Renessa Ciampa

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A podcast discussion about everything queer and creative. Hosts Renessa and Jonah talk with guests across creative industries about their creative process, life, love, struggles, and hustle. Join the kiki every Wednesday!Follow us on Instagram @thequeercreativepodcast, Twitter @creativequeer, and visit our website at www.thequeercreative.com.
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Jonah and Renessa are getting ready for this coming weekend—they have their first interview on Saturday Morning Live,  followed by a TQC interview on the topic of living with chronic illnesses. We also hear about Jonah's lube mishap with a Sonos service provider.  Then TQC talks with the lovely Jessica and Caroline Kaplan of J. Caress Studio. This wife-and-wife owned business offers a range of art products that reflect the diverse spectrum of the LGBTQ+ community, from greeting cards to commissioned pieces. We hear all about how they came up with the idea for J. Caress, what it's like starting a small business like this, the need for it and the feedback they've gotten, and working together as a married couple.Show Links:Website: http://jcaress.comEtsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/jcaressstudioInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/j.caress.studio……………......….Don't forget to leave us a rating and review, Queer Creatives!Follow TQC on Instagram: @thequeercreativepodcastJoin the convo on Twitter: @CreativeQueerCheck out our website: http://thequeercreative.com
Kevin Quigley

Kevin Quigley

2019-07-1001:31:411

Renessa and Jonah reflect on World Pride last week, rave over the Tales of the City miniseries, and then share one of their very first QTC interviews with guest Kevin Quigley! Kevin is a non-fiction writer, novelist, monographer, podcaster, and graphic designer from the Boston area. He talks about sticking to a routine to make time for creative work, coming out at the end of high school, his love for comics, horror, and Stephen King! Show Links:Kevin's website: https://kevinquigleydesign.comBuy his books: https://kevinquigleydesign.com/booksKevin on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevidently/FELINE Magazine: https://www.felinemag.comC'est Cakes: Indiegogo / Instagram / Website 
This week's special intro comes to you from World Pride 2019, where Renessa and Jonah accost some queers on the rainbow-covered Manhattan streets to hear what World Pride means to them! Then we talk with guest Lauren Pellerano Gomez, Communications Director at Artists For Humanity (AFH), founder of QueeringBoston and Lesbians Doing Things, as well as the creator of the viral Princess Diana Looking Gay account. Earning their Master of Arts in Design History & Theory from Parsons, Lauren maintains their own art practice and has exhibited at Boston Art Book Fair, Yale Art Book Fair, and Spaceus. Lauren's work has been featured in Vice Magazine, International Business Times, Huffington Post, and Vanity Fair. Show Links:Follow Lauren on Instagram: @artdykeofficial // @lesbians_doing_thingsQueeringBoston // @queeringboston Artists for Humanity Claudia De Piante VicinJason Talbot (@hotswat)Rob Gibbs (@problak)Princess Diana Looking Gay - Vanity Fair articleSober Spaces in NY: Dyke Soccer + LA: Cuties CafeQueer Pool Night (Monday nights @ Flat Top Johnny's)Ria Brodell's "Butch Heroes"Little Butchies bar (coming 2020)Personals on IGPOC Personals on IGDocumentary: Dykes Camera ActionMacon Reed: Artists who did work about the death of the dyke barLesbian Bar research project with Rory Fitzgerald BledsoeDyke NightSpaceusThe CauldronLocal hair artist Po"Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Account Right Now" bookAstrotwins horoscope via ElleVeronique Rodriguez: Architect, graphic designer, and carpenterCiara, Very talented DJ palMasters Program at ParsonsEmily at Niche BostonCultured MagazineThe List: Boston's Queer AgendaWelcoming CommitteeEnd of Dyke Night at Machine in Boston
Fancy Boys

Fancy Boys

2019-06-2600:53:541

Jonah and Renessa kiki about aging and gravity, student loans, and their experiences with realizing they were queer. Show Links:Hugh Ryan’s When Brooklyn Was Queer book signing this Thursday, June 27th, at Bushwick Abbey: Facebook eventDrag queen Jade Elektra sings ‘Undetectable’ at an AIDS vigil
Robert Fieseler

Robert Fieseler

2019-06-1901:55:141

TQC talks with Robert Fieseler, an award-winning journalist and nonfiction author. His debut book, Tinderbox: The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation, delves into the 1973 fire that killed 32 people and devastated the gay community of New Orleans and beyond. It was the largest mass murder of gays until 2016, was buried for decades, and only recently emerged as a catalyzing event of the gay liberation movement. Fieseler’s Tinderbox won the 2019 Edgar Award for Best Fact Crime.  Show Links:Robert Fieseler’s websiteFollow Robert on Twitter Follow Robert on InstagramRobert’s husband, artist Ryan LeitnerEast End BooksSpikey van DykeyWorld Pride NYC
Camille Ora-Nicole, Q26

Camille Ora-Nicole, Q26

2019-06-1200:41:521

TQC speaks with Camille Ora-Nicole, Founder and Managing Director of Q26 (theq26.com), a collaborative online publication geared towards the queer community. We discuss art, finding and creating queer community in college and after, sharing stories through media and film, and running an online publication. We also hear about their own artwork, which includes space planning, pen and ink, and crochet.Check out Q26: https://theq26.com/aboutFollow Q26 on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thequeer26/See Camille’s art on Instagram: @oracami…………………….Follow TQC on Instagram: @thequeercreativepodcastJoin the kiki on Twitter: @CreativeQueerCheck out our website: http://thequeercreative.com
Medina Citi

Medina Citi

2019-06-0501:31:011

TQC sits down with Medina Citi, a creative strategist, owner of the agency MEDINA=CITI, visiting design professor at Rutgers, and founder of = Space, a unique co-working space for tech and large media platforms that focuses on founders of color, LGBT-led startups and women ventures. We talk about design, growing through struggle, supporting marginalized communities, and staying tenacious. Follow Medina on Instagram: @citimedinaMEDINA=CITI: http://www.medinaciti.comEqual Space: http://www.equalspace.co@equalspaceco…………………….Follow TQC on Instagram: @thequeercreativepodcastJoin the convo on Twitter: @CreativeQueerCheck out our website: http://thequeercreative.com
Frank DeCaro

Frank DeCaro

2019-05-2901:20:50

TQC has a kiki with the fabulous Frank DeCaro, an author, comedian, actor, journalist, pop culture pundit, and radio and TV personality. We talk about his new book, Drag: Combing Through the Big Wigs of Show Business, saying yes to work, being prepared for the ebbs and flows of being a creative professional, and of course, all things drag. Follow Frank on Instagram + Twitter: @frankdecaroshowFrank’s website: http://www.frankdecaro.comBuy his book on Barnes and Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/drag-frank-decaro/1129200575?ean=9780847862351#/Buy his book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Drag-Combing-Through-Wigs-Business/dp/0847862356/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547513415&sr=8-1&keywords=frank+decaro…………………….Follow TQC on Instagram: @thequeercreativepodcastJoin the convo on Twitter: @CreativeQueerCheck out our website: http://thequeercreative.com
Brendon Scholl

Brendon Scholl

2019-05-2201:15:44

TQC sits down with Brendon Scholl, a young artist from New York, to discuss the transgender experience, coming out in high school, suicide, and art. The short film about Brendon's story, Draw With Me (directed by Constantine Venetopoulos), was at the Tribeca Film Festival this May and will screen at the United Nations on June 28th as part of a panel on transgender topics. Draw With Me: http://www.ithakafilms.com/dwmBrendon's Instagram: @static_batIthaka Films: @ithakafilms -------Follow TQC on Instagram: @thequeercreativepodcastJoin the convo on Twitter: @CreativeQueerCheck out our website: http://thequeercreative.com
Brendan Davis // GLAAD

Brendan Davis // GLAAD

2019-05-1501:23:01

This week we talk to Brendan Davis, Associate Director of Digital, Social Media for GLAAD. We discuss all things GLAAD, queer community, coming out in college, social media, bi-visibility, anti-bullying, and Santorum!GLAAD: https://www.glaad.orgBrendan’s Podcast, “Come Thru Queen”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/come-thru-queen/id1101188156Facebook Group: Come Thru QueenInstagram: @comethruqueenpodcastTwitter: @comethruqueen
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