"Love Rebels: A Practical Guide to Activist Relationships"

This book project (published by PM Press) will be an exploration into how to have relationships while being an activist (and how to care for an activist!) This will be a year long project and will cover relationships from romantic to sexual to familial to friendships. Activism can be hard, not only on the individual but everyone attached to them, and I've learned some ways to make it less stressful and tense. Hopefully this book will help others find balance too!

"The Struggalo is Real: Radical Potential of Juggalos"

Juggalos, fans of Insane Clown Posse and related acts, are actually far more complex than the media who laughs at them leads us to believe. Juggalos have always been characterized by a sense of family that leads them to care for each other in an unprecedented way rarely documented outside of the community. Also, after being labeled a gang by the FBI in 2011 and marching for their rights in DC in 2017, Juggalos have demonstrated that while their political beliefs vary, they are not apolitical or to be ignored. Through interviews and extensive research, I plan to act as a Juggalo anthropologist, offering up a fresh perspective on these “wicked clowns”.

Ask: A Discussion on Consent Culture

"Ask: A Discussion on Consent Culture" is an intersectional anthology that came out in 2017 about how consent culture could influence the various spheres of our lives, from the bedroom to the boardroom and beyond. With authors like Virgie Tovar, Laurie Penny, Roz Kaveney, Jiz Lee, AV Flox, Carol Queen and more, this book from Thorntree Press was revolutionary to how we discuss consent in society today.

Rococo.co : Culture Critique at its Finest

Rococo.co is an improv performance collective playfully critiquing startup culture. Appearing everywhere from the dirtiest warehouses to an impeccably decorated chapel, Rococo.co's combination of biting wit and fancy ruffles brings a sense of snobbish elegance to every affair. Kitty joined the ranks in 2015 and has never looked back (in part because her wig is too large for her to move her head).