My essay “After Your Great-Grandmother Tita” has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Exposition Review. The Pushcart is a prestigious literary award and I’m honored to be a amongst the 200K or so who have been nominated. Winners will be announced in the spring. While it’d be amazing to receive this recognition, what really matters — as I’ve heard multiple writers say over and over — is that I keep writing!
The new film Collateral Beauty does interesting things with fatherhood. But what about the moms? Read my review published by Bitch to find out: Does the “Collateral Beauty” of Fatherhood Come at the Expense of Mothers?
As buzz about the Oscars begins to swirl, consider my review of Jackie, published by Bitch: Oscar Contender “Jackie” Is Good, But Not Good Enough.
Tomorrow on Rising Up With Sonali, we discuss the new film Loving. If you’re in LA, listen in at 8:30ish AM PST on KPFK 90.7 FM, or no matter where you are, watch on Free Speech TV at 3:30ish PM PST. You can also listen or watch the interview online: “Aptly Named Film ‘Loving’ Reminds Nation Of What Is Important.”
I’m honored to join this panel to share my experience working in corporate America and the publishing world. Join us at 3PM in the Los Angeles Room of the third floor of the U-SU. Sponsored by the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center.