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Maia Kobabe

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MBF 19 GENDER QUEER - MAIA KOBABE

Society Bytes Radio

Maia Kobabe is a graduate of the Comics MFA program at California College of the Arts. Maia is the author/illustrator of GENDER QUEER: A MEMOIR (Lion Forge), which was chosen as one of the Best Graphic Novels of May 2019 by Barnes and Noble and has been nominated for the Best Graphic Novel for Teens list from YALSA, and for an Ignatz award. Maia Kobabe is non-binary, queer and uses e/em/eir pronouns.

27mins

10 Nov 2019

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#85 Gender Queer - MAIA KOBABE

COASTAL RAINBOW FORUM - STEVE RYAN

Maia Kobabe is a graduate of the Comics MFA program at California College of the Arts. Maia is the author/illustrator of GENDER QUEER: A MEMOIR (Lion Forge), which was chosen as one of the Best Graphic Novels of May 2019 by Barnes and Noble and has been nominated for the Best Graphic Novel for Teens list from YALSA, and for an Ignatz award. Maia Kobabe is non-binary, queer and uses e/em/eir pronouns.

27mins

20 Oct 2019

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#85 Gender Queer - MAIA KOBABE

Society Bytes Radio

Maia Kobabe is a graduate of the Comics MFA program at California College of the Arts. Maia is the author/illustrator of GENDER QUEER: A MEMOIR (Lion Forge), which was chosen as one of the Best Graphic Novels of May 2019 by Barnes and Noble and has been nominated for the Best Graphic Novel for Teens list from YALSA, and for an Ignatz award. Maia Kobabe is non-binary, queer and uses e/em/eir pronouns.

27mins

20 Oct 2019

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36. Wendelin’s Weird Kink: Prisoner of Azkaban Chapter 1 with Maia Kobabe

The Gayly Prophet | A Harry Potter Podcast

We are kicking off season 3 with a very special guest! We were joined for this episode by comic artist and all around rad human, Maia Kobabe. Find links to eir work below!In today’s newspaper: Wow, Wendelin sure was kinky, huh? Are loose floorboards a real thing? What the heck is Bill’s job about? And most importantly, PENS!Don’t forget to snatch up our special Patreon offer while it lasts! Go to Patreon.com/thegaylyprophet to learn more.Find Maia online at redgoldsparkspress.com and on instagram and tumblr @redgoldsparksFind us, our merch, our comics, and everything else at thegaylyprophet.comFind us on socials @thegaylyprophetFind Theo Julien Forrester on instagram @theojulienforresterMusic from https://filmmusic.io"Industrial Music Box" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Music from https://filmmusic.io"Evil March" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

1hr 50mins

8 Oct 2019

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Episode 50(!): Maia Kobabe

Gender Reveal

In this week’s episode, Tuck speaks with author and illustrator Maia Kobabe  (e/em/eir), creator of the memoir Gender Queer. (Buy eir book!)Topics include: Spivak pronouns Low inventory at the orgasm store “Deserving” trans-related surgeries Coming out to your first Girl Scout troop Educating TERF-adjacent relatives Also: Tuck does unlicensed therapy Support trans media! Pledge any amount at patreon.com/gender to receive our weekly newsletter. We also appreciate donations via PayPal or Cash App. Support Maia at patreon.com/maiakobabe. Join the Gender Detectives Slack here! Submit a piece of Theymail: a small message or ad that we’ll read on the show. Do you have gender questions that you’d like answered on the show? Submit questions anonymously via this Google form. Questions? Comments? Feelings? You can reach us at genderpodcast.com; via gendereveal@gmail.com; or on Twitter or Instagram. Logo: Ira M. Leigh Music: Breakmaster Cylinder Additional Music: “Poplar Grove” by Blue Dot Sessions Sponsors: YOU! Thank you!

46mins

1 Jul 2019

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Trinidad Escobar and Maia Kobabe - June 12, 2016

KRCB-FM: Word By Word

Trinidad Escobar and Maia Kobabe are two talented artists and writers with MA degrees in “Comics" from the California College of Arts, who create distinctively different comic books and graphic novels. This is a very visual medium so you may want to accompany today’s conversation by viewing some of the comics online. Maia has shared her work at museums, galleries, libraries and conventions from coast to coast, and host Gil Mansergh believes she is the only Word By Word guest to have been a visiting cartoonist at the Charles Schulz Museum and a panelist at Kraken Con. Her long comics The Thief’s Tale and Tom O’Bedlam are available in print and online, at http://redgoldsparkspress.com and Trinidad’s in-progress graphic-memoir, CRUSHED, is a "biomythography that explores the interior landscape of her experiences as a magickal transnational adoptee, and the intersecting worlds of Western science and Filipino spirituality." CRUSHED will be published in 2017, but excerpts are accessible online at www.wearegazillionstrong.org

59mins

13 Jun 2016