April’s installment of Kevin Geeks Out is delving into the many faces of Old Nick, the Adversary, the Lord of this World: THE DEVIL! On Thursday April 28 at 9:30pm at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema, I’ll be joining comedian Kevin Maher and filmmaker Paul Murphy for a look at the Satanic Panic, feminist witches, on-screen devils, and the beliefs and rituals of modern-day Satanists.
Trailers: KEVIN GEEKS OUT ABOUT THE DEVIL (Kevin Geeks Out) from Nitehawk Cinema on Vimeo.
I’m thrilled and honored to have the participation of The Satanic Temple in this program, and will have the opportunity to interview TST co-founder Lucien Greaves live on stage.
Don’t miss out–purchase tickets here!
It’s that time again! I’m returning to Kevin Geeks Out on Thursday September 17 at 9:30pm at Nitehawk Cinema for a show all about the Apocalypse (and what comes after). That’s right: I get invited BACK to events after I tell an extended Nazi/necrophilia joke like I did at the Super Villains show, and I plan on making you all delightfully uncomfortable once again.
It’s a fantastic line-up of guests and I’m excited to be a part of it:
- Emily Asher-Perrin (Tor.com)
- Peter Miller (Founder of The Post-Apocalyptic Book Club)
- Matt Glasson (Editor, Filmmaker)
- Nathaniel Wharton (SportsAlcohol.com)
Watch the trailer below for a sneak peek:
Trailer: KEVIN GEEKS OUT ABOUT THE APOCALYPSE from Nitehawk Cinema on Vimeo.
The past two shows have sold out (including the Super Villains show that I co-hosted, a fact that warmed my black patent leather heart), and this one will too, so advance tickets are HIGHLY recommended. Grab your tickets here and I hope to see you at the show!
There are a lot of wonderful consequences to having creative friends. The artists, performers, and writers I’m fortunate enough to be surrounded by are a constant source of inspiration for me. As a bonus, sometimes I even get to invited to collaborate with them on their ventures.
I’m excited to announce that I have a new monthly feature at Slutist (a site that anyone who loves fierce women should be reading) called Great Moments in Historical Sluttery. I’ll be illustrating and writing about sexy, influential women and their various accomplishments, misdeeds, and general hijinx. The first in the series is live on Slutist now, and discusses Weimar Berlin’s own Anita Berber.
I’ve also been illustrating posters for some of the independent film and pop culture events here in NYC. Below is a poster I made for screenings of the Ilsa series at Spectacle Theater in Brooklyn:
On a completely different side of the Female Experience coin, I also illustrated a poster for an event called Pregnant Pause, hosted by Bonnie and Maude, a fantastic podcast and variety show about women in film and television. It’s good to get out of one’s comfort zone and this was a terrific opportunity for me to do just that!