Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 12/06/2020

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (11/30/20 through 12/06/2020) that I think you should read, too. Articles *Rebecca Davis’ China’s Gay Rights Stance Can’t Derail Demand for LGBT Films for Variety: There are a lot of misconceptions regarding film censorship by the Chinese government and what audiences … Continued

Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 11/29/2020

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (11/23/20 through 11/29/2020) that I think you should read, too. Comics As always, my weeklies/weeklies-ish: *Huda Fahmy’s Yes I’m Hot in This *Phylecia Miller and Jules Rivera’s Hi, Phylecia! *Taejoon Park’s Lookism *Jules Rivera’s Mark Trail *Linda Sejic’s Punderworld *Jessi Sharon’s … Continued

Family Recipe Corner: Butter Emails

As a foodie, I adore this time of year! With a touch of cold in the air and leaves beginning to turn soooooo many gorgeous shades of yellow, red, and orange, I am transported back to memories of handpicking emails with Meemaw on her little farm just outside of Middlebury, Connecticut. They’re always at the … Continued

Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 11/22/2020

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (11/16/20 through 11/22/2020) that I think you should read, too. Articles *Nicola Dall’asen’s How Makeup Artist Terri Bryant Is Using Her Parkinson’s Diagnosis to Reinvent Makeup for Allure: Guide Beauty is an accessible makeup brand utilizing universal design standards to make … Continued

Transmit to Your Eyeholes: Week Ending 11/15/2020

I read a lot. This is a selection of what I read this week (11/03/20 through 11/16/2020) that I think you should read, too. Articles *Angus Chen’s 52 Million-Year-Old Tomatillo Fossils Rewrite Veggie History for NPR’s The Salt: Nightshades, the plants responsible for giving us potatoes, tobacco, eggplants, peppers, belladonna, and more, at minimum appeared … Continued