Satire is a Woman’s Weapon
Feature / February 2017 / Jessica Schultz / Jordan Upshaw

Satire is a Woman’s Weapon

News flash: women aren’t funny—they’re hilarious. This may come as a shock to some people, so we wanted to highlight a new kick-ass, women-led satire publication. Meet The Belladonna. Helmed by four female editors—Caitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor, and Carrie Wittmer—The Belladonna accepts submissions from cis and non-cis women, no matter their experience. We … Continue reading

Eat Your Gender, Clean Alien Trash—All In a Day’s Work for Sundae Month
culture / Jessica Schultz / September 2016

Eat Your Gender, Clean Alien Trash—All In a Day’s Work for Sundae Month

After two years of planning, designing, programming, and writing, Sundae Month—a Vermont-based game design collective—is ready for today’s release of Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor through their publisher tinyBuild. Diaries is an “anti-adventure” game about being a genderqueer janitor on a planet called Xabran’s Rock. As the release date rushed closer, I sat down with … Continue reading