Tag: interview

An Interview with Tona Brown

| Aug 14, 2023 | Reply

Shelley Anne interviews Tona Brown and learns about her international performance career as a violinist and Mezzo-Soprano. Ms.Brown has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. She the first transgender woman of color to perform the National Anthem for a sitting President, Barack Obama, and she is an activist on transgender issues.

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An Interview with Jennifer Finney Boylan

| Oct 10, 2022 | Reply

Shelley Anne interviews author, columnist and transgender activist Jennifer Finney Boylan. Ms. Boylan talks about her life, her writing, various other activities, and her new book, Mad Honey.

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An Interview with Lynn Jones

| Sep 12, 2022 | Reply

Shelley Anne interviews author and proud trans woman Lynn Jones. Ms. Jones began her gender transition around five years age. In the process she found that her company was not as transgender friendly as it told the public. When she started her transition there everyone seemed supportive but in the long run they showed her the door. Today she gives her story to Shelley Anne.

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An Interview With Kandi Robbins

| Feb 28, 2022 | Reply

Shelley Anne reached out to Kandi’s Land to request an interview with our contributor Kandi Robbins. Ms. Robbins granted the interview and it is today’s edition of Tell Shelley Anne. Kandi talks about her modeling work, being featured is several movies, and her philosophy of crossdressing.

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An Interview with Sabrina “Bria” Symington

| Dec 6, 2021 | 1 Reply

Sabrina “Bria” Symington is a transgender artist from Gabriola Island in British Columbia, Canada. She is best known for her ongoing web comic series, Life of Bria, as well as her graphic novels, First Year Out, and its sequel, Coming Out Again. Today she is the subject of Tell Shelley Anne.

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Tell Shelley Anne: Interview With Fallon Fox

| Nov 8, 2021 | Reply

Fallon Fox is a retired professional Mixed Martial Arts Fighter specializing in the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, wrestling, and Muay Thai. Shelley Anne interviews Fox to find out what she’s doing in retirement. Turns out it’s a lot.

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An Interview with Mae Krell

| Nov 30, 2020 | Reply

Mae Krell is a nonbinary indie singer-songwriter who entered the live music business at 15. They started Tongue Tied Mag, an online publication that features photography, interviews, and anything related to music. As a photographer this is how Mae got started in the music industry. There was young Mae, photographing live music, most notably shooting the Governor’s Ball for Rolling Stone magazine at the age of 17. Shelley Anne interviews Mae in this edition of Tell Shelley Anne.

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Tell Shelley Anne — Dr. Susan Stryker

| Nov 9, 2020 | Reply

Shelley Anne Baker interviews Dr. Susan Stryker, educator, author, theorist and founding executive editor of “TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly”. She is an award-winning scholar and filmmaker whose historical research, theoretical writing, and creative works have helped shape the cultural conversation on transgender topics since the early 1990s. Currently Dr. Stryker is now at Mills College where she serves as the 2020-22 Barbara Lee Distinguished Chair in Women’s Leadership.

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