In a 1999 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, rock legend David Bowie said, “One of the most important bands in American rock has been buried without a trace.” The band in question? Fanny, the all-female, mostly Filipina-American, queer rock band that actively rocked from the late ‘60s to early ‘70s. Bowie’s quote is the first… Read more »
Author: Katie Powers
Katie is completing her undergraduate degree in writing, literature, and publishing and working towards an MA in publishing at Emerson College. She’s interested in poetry and magazine writing and finding new ways to bring creativity into publishing. From the suburbs of St. Louis, she’s a freelance writer for St. Louis Magazine and one of the founders of Wack Mag, an independent magazine that eventually became affiliated with Emerson College. She is currently a News Editor for The Independent.
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Palme d’Or Winner “Titane” is Now Playing in US Theaters
Julie Ducournau’s second feature film, “Titane,” hit theaters in the United States on October 1. Much anticipation surrounded the French thriller and body horror film after its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in July, winning the festival’s top award: the Palme d’Or. As a director and writer known for her debut feature horror film… Read more »