Director Jenn Nkiru’s En Vogue, an experimental, high-concept, bold short film documenting the potent vitality of New York’s voguing and ballroom subculture, marked the arrival of an exciting new voice. Read more →
Doing a night feed with a milk-drunk baby in my arms. All of my decent ideas are formulated during night feeds, it’s a precious time for silence and space and that semi-conscious slow pattern of thinking. Read more →
The only way theatre can interrogate our relationship with the digital world is by embracing the live-ness that is theatre. Why go to the theatre to watch a simplistic and diluted version of something you can experience via your screen? Read more →
I think I write my own contradictions and then I discovered that they’re shared by a lot of people. And that what I was writing about really were things that most people lived with in one way or another. Read more →
Everyone always has some issues with their romantic partners. There is always a time in their lives to question who they are and what they want to be. Love might be a cliché topic, but we can’t help but think about it.
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Steph Cha is a Korean-American feminist crime novelist based in Los Angeles. The LA Times has described her as possibly “the world’s only author of Korean American feminist noir.” Her new novel, “Dead Soon Enough” (Minotaur Books) is out now. Read more →