Lady Parts is a fortnightly podcast dissecting the roles of women in genre cinema, both in front of and behind the camera. Lady Parts is one part Aimée Lindorff and one part Sophie Overett. You can get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aimée Lindorff is a cultural producer, writer, and editor, working with arts and community organisations to design and deliver cultural programming. She is Production Coordinator at WildBear Entertainment, and fiction reviewer for Aurealis Magazine. She is creator of Queensland Writers Centre‘s Whispers salon (2012-2016) and QLD Script House (2014-2016), and produced the first ever Gold Coast Movie Locations Tours (2017) – delivered by Gold Coast Film Festival. In 2014, Aimée was appointed Chair of the Australian National Science Fiction Convention 2016 Organising Committee for the development and delivery of Contact2016. She tweets as @insomniacscafe and sporadically blogs at insomniacscafe.com
Sophie Overett is a writer and cultural producer from Brisbane, Australia. Her writing has been published in journals and anthologies around the world. In 2015, she was a Queensland Literary Fellow, a participant in the Tin House Summer Writers Workshop in Portland, Oregon, and her YA manuscript, ‘Agatha Abel Meets Her Maker’, was shortlisted for the Text Prize. In 2017, her novella, They Built Us Out of Buried Things, will be published by Tiny Owl Workshop. She is one half of Lady Parts, a podcast about women’s roles in genre cinema, and blogs at www.sophieoverett.com.