FlamingFemme is a radical approach to the interview genre

Self-published by Billington in 2016, FlamingFemme flaunts a dynamic aesthetic of post-punk-feminist meets kitsch, and is the product of an ongoing visual collaboration with graphic designer Alexander Beraza.

The six interviewees featured are Michelle Yue, Darcey Steinke, PANMELYS, Iona Kewney, and Ene-Liis Semper. Topics include fashion, literature, painting, dance and performance art.

Featuring a selection of iconic women artists, each conversation featured in this zine offers exclusive insights into the role of gender in the arts--from the initial conception of projects to the navigation of institutional opportunities. Many of the artists featured felt that their sex in no way limited their opportunities, but was rather a source of power and inspiration. 

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Social justice and the arts in New York City, for The Indypendent

In 2019, Billington began participating as a volunteer contributor and culture writer for The Indypendent, a print newspaper and non-profit with over 100,000 subscribers.

Click here to read Sewing Dissent with Textile Artist Diana Weymar

Click here to read To the Limit with Outernational 

Satirical reflections on the food-beverage industry, for FreePressHouston

In 2017, Billington was brought on as a culture writer and social influencer with the offices of FreePressHouston and Day For Night Festival. She attended cultural events, scouted venues for features and conducted interviews with local musicians. 

Click here to read Houston's Top Five Gentrifying Bars

Click here to read DJs Dish on the Best Late-Night Eats in HOU

 

 

Discussing Feminist Literature, for Brazos Bookstore

Billington talks fiction and pedagogical texts alongside other feminist artists.

Click here to read Labor History and Feminist Horror: Women’s History Book Lists