Badass Ladyfolk of Brooklyn
The Badass Lady-Folk of Brooklyn
Hosted by Christine Stoddard.

Meet the badass women who are kicking buns both big and small throughout the borough. Every episode features an in-depth talk with a female mover and shaker who’s deeply invested in the community. Find out how she’s doing her part to make Brooklyn a better place to live for old-timers and newcomers alike.

Listen every at 2:00 pm
Category: Talk

About Christine Stoddard

Christine Stoddard (founder/host) is Brooklyn-based writer and artist who strongly believes in community engagement. As a former AmeriCorps volunteer, she taught literacy and art to students at a Title I elementary school in Richmond, Virginia. Her art and writings have appeared in Marie Claire, Teen Vogue, Bustle, The Feminist Wire, The Huffington Post, the New York Transit Museum, and beyond. In 2014, Folio Magazine named her one of the top 20 media visionaries in their 20s for founding Quail Bell Magazine.

About Mari Pack

baddass-women-of-bk-mari-pack Mari Pack (co-host) is a poet, short story writer, and recovering academic from the outskirts of Washington, D.C. She earned her M.A. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 2013, and promptly abandoned the ivory tower to work for a social justice nonprofit in Israel. She loves deserts, tundras, and all other forms of wasteland. Her work has been published in Quail Bell Magazine, Greenpointers, Thought Catalogue, and Art Refurbish, among others. She currently works as copywriter in Brooklyn, and desperately wants a whippet.

About Kaylin Kaupish

baddass-women-of-bk-kaylin-kaupish Kaylin Kaupish (producer) grew up in Richmond, Virginia and went to Virginia Commonwealth University where she received her B.A. in English with minors in Writing and Italian Studies. It was there she told hundreds of people that, no, she did not want to be a teacher. While in school she was executive editor for the university literary journal, Amendment, and interned for Blackbird, an online literary magazine. After graduating she moved to New York City to pursue a career in publishing and editing, but is currently chained to a desk in a finance office. Send help. She has been published in Quail Bell Magazine and Minetta Review.

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