Gurba shines a light on creepy cultures and the systems of oppression that shape women’s lives. Myriam Gurba in conversation with Julianne Escobedo Shepherd. A creep can be a singular
Third Place Books is thrilled to welcome artist and activist Myriam Gurba in conversation by queer icon and activist Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore. Gurba will be discussing her new book, Creep: Accusations and Confessions, a ruthless and razor-sharp essay collection. Creep is Gurba’s informal sociology of creeps, a deep dive into the dark recesses of the toxic traditions that plague the United States and create the abusers who haunt our books, schools, and homes.
Charis welcomes Myriam Gurba in conversation with Randa Jarrar for a discussion of Creep: Accusations and Confessions, a ruthless and razor-sharp essay collection that tackles the pervasive, creeping oppression and toxicity that has wormed its way into society—in our books, schools, and homes, as well as the systems that perpetuate them—from the acclaimed author of Mean, and one of our fiercest, foremost explorers of intersectional Latinx identity.