Passion Projects & Theme Songs is a series in which we profile people’s passion projects and let them explain their work in their own words, with the caveat that they have to pick a theme song for their project. Some of these people would love to turn these into full-time jobs and be the next chapters of their lives, while others are OK keeping these somewhere between hobby and second job. Some of the folks have been at this for years, others only for months. But they all bring a passion to what they do.
The passions of BLOWW: A Q-and-A with Heather Mack about the Boston League of Wicked Wrestlers
Heather Mack is part of the Boston League of Wicked Wrestlers, which takes the premise of pro-wrestling and turns it on its head. Mack spoke to us about BLOWW and its mission. BLOWW’s next event is BLOWWloween I: Kick or Treat.
The passions of Feminist Killjoys, PhD: A Q&A with Raechel Anne Jolie and Melody Hoffmann
Feminist Killjoys, PhD is a podcast by Raechel Anne Jolie and Melody Hoffmann. They both were gracious enough to answer some questions about the podcast, the inspirations behind it, and some of their favorite things in pop culture.
The passions of Jamie Krakover: A Q&A about her St. Louis-based sci-fi story, “Arch Nemesis”
Jamie Krakover is a St. Louis-based engineer who also writes. Her story “Arch Nemesis” was recently included in the anthology, “Brave New Girls: Stories of Girls who Science and Scheme.” Krakover explained about how the story came about and how she got involved in the anthology series.
The passions of Emily Theis: A Q-&-A about The Breakup Survival Guide
Emily Theis is a digital designer who made The Breakup Survival Guide based on an episode of the WNYC podcast Death, Sex & Money hosted by Anna Sale. Theis explained what The Breakup Survival Guide was and how it came to be.