On a visit across the ditch, Angela talks skincare, business and all things woo with Botanical Store owner, Kim Stark.
In this episode of the podcast, we pass the mic over and let two speakers from our ALN events interview each other. Morgana Watson and Arihia Latham talk about Te Ao Māori, what it means to pass on mātauranga Maori, how they came to be talking about rongoā Māori and the power of a woman's body, and how well moss works as a tampon replacement.
In this episode we interview New Zealander Gala Darling about her fabulously popular blog, her up coming performance at Double Denim HQ and all things Ru Paul and tapping.
This episode features pioneer in sexual health, Dame Margaret Sparrow, and abortion law reform advocate Terry Bellamak from ALRAN, in conversation with Amy Pearl of The Weaving House speaking about the much needed abortion law reform in NZ. Recorded LIVE from the Double Denim Headquarters in Wellington.
Jessa Crispin is the founder and editor of the magazines Bookslut.com and Spoliamag.com. She is the author of The Dead Ladies Project, published by The University of Chicago Press, and The Creative Tarot, published by Touchstone. In this episode she gives a somewhat disheartening, but also hilarious, tarot reading for the Ace Lady Network.
In this episode Angela interviews renowned feminist economist, Prue Hyman, in her Paekakariki home. What follows is a crash course in NZ feminism and a call for revolution.
A live Ace Lady Network event featuring Radio NZ's Megan Whelan discussing women in the media, social networking and staying safe online.
Join Ace Lady Angela Meyer as she talks sex, mindfulness, and comfort with Tantra-inspired facilitator, writer, and coach, Caitlyn Cook. Don't worry, it's so much less daunting than you're thinking.
Join the Ace Lady podcast hosts Angela Meyer and Claire Murdoch in conversation with Gabe McDonnell, in which they talk rugby, rock biographies and embarrassing 90s fashion faux pas.
In our first Ace Lady Network podcast we are proud to bring you the wonderfully witty, Wellington poet extraordinaire, Hera Lindsay Bird in conversation with Claire Murdoch. Hera and Claire discuss poetry, clothing and how we label body parts in what was our first of many live events at ALN HQ. Hera has an MA from Victoria University where she won the 2011 Adam prize. Her debut collection of poetry, "Hera Lindsay Bird" has shot straight to the top of the NZ best seller list and she is one Ace Lady.