I’m a creative thinker who writes with my PR hat on while maintaining authenticity of the narrative and integrity of the brand.
Headcase: LGBTQ Writers & Artists on Mental Health and Wellness
Headcase is a groundbreaking collection of personal reflections and artistic representations illustrating the intersection of mental wellness, mental illness, and LGBTQ identity, as well as the lasting impact of historical views equating queer and trans identity with mental illness.
Art project aims to document gentrifying city: 'It's not just Brooklyn ...
Art project aims to document gentrifying city: ‘It's not just Brooklyn'
Anne+ Is About to Be a Women-Loving-Women Global Phenomenon
"Anne+" is the queer Dutch web series you didn’t know you needed. And now it’s also a feature film!!
Zinesters Do It on the Photocopier: A Look at the Queer Zine Archive ...
Zinesters Do It on the Photocopier: A Look at the Q...
Crème de la (Ice) Crème
For Pooja Bavishi, entrepreneurship runs in the family. Her father is an independent businessman in the textile industry, and her mother has worked alongside him for as long as Bavishi can remember. Making the the jump from undergrad studies in North Carolina, to fair housing and social enterprise work in DC, to business school in Manhattan, to making and selling ice cream in Brooklyn may not be a small feat—but Bavishi is pulling it off.
Describing Malai, her gourmet small-batch ice cream br...
Death Cafes: Tea, Cake and Conversations about Dying | Fifty is the New Fifty
Death Cafes: Tea, Cake & Conversations about Dying
We Need to Talk About Our Fear of Death and the Anxiety It Causes
Is the Fear of Death Controlling Your Anxiety?
Classic k.d. lang: Long Live the Lang Thang
A Zen talks love, monogamy, and why L.A. just isn’t a lang thang.
My Berlin for your Brooklyn - STATION TO STATION
An experienced home exchanger with six apartment swaps under my belt, I found a nice surprise when someone from Berlin inquired about an apartment swap.
Subways, saris and fun for the kids: Living in Jackson Heights
Subways, saris and fun for the kids: Living in Jack...
Inspired by BDSM, queer politics and raw sexuality, designer Liz Collins can make a set of knitting needles do things your grandmother never dreamed of.
Flashback Feminism: Phyllis Birkby and Women's Environmental Fantasies
It appears that if you were a man, you should be studying architecture." With that dismissal, in 1948 Noel Phyllis Birkby’s suburban New Jersey high school career counselors squashed her career aspirations. Based on their rigid notions of gender, they shunted her desire to build, guiding her into the more "feminine" study of art despite her aptitude for and interest in architectural and environmental design.
Profiles of two clients of the Center for NYC Neighborhoods
Yes, Size Matters - Curve Magazine - September 2008
Designer Bertha Pearl is reshaping fashion. Stephanie Schroeder. Yes, Size Matters. Bertha Pearl. Kina Williams. Born and bred in Brooklyn, N.Y., Bertha Pearl, ......
Living Local: On Home Swaps and Friendships
By Stephanie Schroeder
I arranged my first home exchange in 2006. The deal was that my partner at the time and I would give up our Jersey City, NJ, apartment for a couple who had a house in Alkmaar, North Holland in The Netherlands. It was all very new to me, this home exchange adventure, but it was the only way I could afford to travel. I had only five days vacation from my job at a corporate PR firm, plus two bookended weekends. The dates on the ad that read “Historical Dutch Town for NYC” ...