Event Review: Roxane Gay Reading of “Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body”

Roxane Gay is one of the most important authors alive today. She is the brilliant, unapologetic author of “Bad Feminist,” “An Untamed State,” and “Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body,” books that cover themes like gender, race, fatness, sexuality, pop culture, and politics. This past Monday, she paid a visit to the Hammer Museum to read excerpts from her latest book, “Hunger,” despite revealing during the reading that she personally hates being read to.

Event Review: The Latino Comics Expo

On November 11th to 12th, the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) hosted LCX – the nation’s first comic book convention dedicated to showcasing the vibrant and diverse works of comic creators, illustrators, and others involved in the literary and visual arts that exhibit and celebrate the influence of Latinx culture. From “Mini Comics” workshops to “Queer Comics Taking Over The World” and “Latina Power!” panel presentations, the founders and exhibitors of LCX made it clear that the purpose of the Expo is to create a space to cultivate creativity, educate, learn, and share the richness of the multitude of Latinx cultures.