In this episode, Erin Soros interviews writer, Alicia Elliott. Alicia discusses writing in the “messy zone” without answers, her reasons for writing creative non-fiction, and much more.
In this episode, Jessamyn Polson, Kate Curtis, and Greer Brabazon linger with water and all of its rushing meaning. Including an extended interview with Dr. Karyn Recollet, this episode considers ways to find ourselves back in love and in good relation to the water. Other contributors include Simone Weir, Erin Soros, and Sandi Wemigwase.
Season 2 begins with an interview by Jade Nixon and Cornel Grey with Itah Sadu, founder and owner of A Different Booklist. A Different Booklist is an independent bookstore and cultural centre in Tkaronto that specializes in books from the African and Caribbean diaspora.
In this episode, Marie Laing, Rebecca Beaulne-Stuebing, Sandi Wemigwase, and Sefanit Habtom sit with Kyle Mays to discuss his work as a Black-American Saginaw Anishinaabe scholar and hip-hop enthusiast. He discusses what draws him to the work he is currently doing, how hip-hop is used to dismantle Indigenous stereotypes, and what relationships he hopes to see between Indigenous and Black peoples. He also recommends many artists and writers for listeners to check out.
Eve Tuck and Rinaldo Walcott explore the complexities of indigeneity, land, and sovereignty as understood and lived by Indigenous and Black peoples.
In this snack episode, Melissa Wilson and Lynn Ly provide an overview of the work that the Henceforward podcast sets out to do.