Close-Ups: Musician Zee Speaks About Her Art and What Led Her to Flee the Homophobic Bahamas
Close-Ups / Music / White Noise

Close-Ups: Musician Zee Speaks About Her Art and What Led Her to Flee the Homophobic Bahamas

Bahamian musician Zee is QLiC Press’ February Close-Up and we’re so glad we got the chance to catch up with this artist on the rise!  Zee talks about her journey as an independent musician, explains island life as a queer woman of color, and opens up about the harrowing events that led her to seek … Continue reading

Close-Ups: Filmmaker Kandis Hutcherson Talks QWOC Media Representation, Buying Power and Nebula
Close-Ups / Film / Technicolor

Close-Ups: Filmmaker Kandis Hutcherson Talks QWOC Media Representation, Buying Power and Nebula

We’re pleased that QLiC Press got a chance to sit down with Philadelphia-based filmmaker Kandis Hutcherson as she shared her experiences as a queer woman of color (qwoc) in the industry, her thoughts on black media representation and details about her newest project, Nebula.  Bold, honest and always hilarious, Kandis doesn’t mince any of her … Continue reading