It All Changes: An Interview with Monica DrakeKati Heng
Monica Drake, author of Clown Girl and the story collection The Folly of Loving Life, answers questions about ghosts, meds, old Portland, and motherhood.
The Real Housewives of End TimesKati Heng
“The camera zooms in on a window for a moment, we see Maribelle, nails bitten down until bleeding, look in shock out the small, saran-wrap window, talk to someone out of frame, and then cover the space with more aluminum.” It’s dark times for cast members of the Real Housewives in the hands of Kati Heng.
There Are No Hipsters in This Book: An Interview with Alex Mar about Witches in AmericaKati Heng
Kati Heng interviews Alex Mar about her new book, Witches in America, and the place of witchcraft and paganism in broader culture.
We Can Objectify Transwomen, Too: Conversations about Caitlyn JennerKati Heng
Kati Heng talks with strangers during Pride Week in Chicago’s Boystown about Caitlyn Jenner.
SURRENDER TO THE GOD OF PUNK: An Interview with Julia Shapiro of Chastity BeltKati Heng
Kati Heng talks with Chastity Belt’s Julia Shapiro about punk, feminism, and Katy Perry’s shark theft.
Place, Family, Face, Name: on Ibeyi’s IbeyiKati Heng
Kati Heng listens to French-Cuban duo Iyebi’s self-titled debut album and tries to wrestle with the ways we can and cannot handle musical heritage.
What is the Future For: An Interview with Corinne MuchaKati Heng
Kati Heng talks to Chicago artist Corinne Mucha about her work, audience, and being a woman in the indie comic scene.
David Bowie Is or Is NotKati Heng
Kati Heng does and does not find David Bowie at his exhibit in Chicago.
Staying Home Sick with the Housewives of Orange CountyKati Heng
Migraines go better with trashy reality TV, according to Kati Heng.
Whose Body Is My Body: Terrifying Things I Learned from Reading Katha Pollitt’s PRO: Reclaiming Abortion RightsKati Heng
Kati Heng tries to wrestle with the question of whether an abortion is about the woman or the life she’s carrying.