Mansplain Yourself: (Episode 4: Alex “Glamputee” Locust) “In this episode, guest Alex Locust comes in and we talk about how being disabled and queer and from a small town impacted his identity and the work he does around advocacy for people who are disabled.”
She’s All Fat: (Season 4, Episode 4: Spilling the “Disabili-Tea”) “This week we’ll discuss gaslighting yourself, the intersection of disability justice and fat activism, plus we’ll spill the disabiliTEA and Alex Locust @glamputee will be answering a question with Sophie.”
Gaudy Positive: (Ep. 108: Danielle Perez and Alex Locust on Gaudy Disability) “Heyo Gaudzillas, we are back with an amazing episode! We brought our friends Danielle Perez (a very funny comedian) and Alex Locust (a very funny activist) to talk about Gaudy Positivity and disability visibility (say that five times fast). Where else can you talk about making a differences through accessibility and crystal thievery all in the same podcast?! Right HERE! Follow these magicians at @glamputee (Alex) and @divadelux (Danielle). Stay Gaudy as always.”
What Origin: (Episode 9: Glamputee (Alex Locust)) Alex Locust talks about living with as an amputee and creative ways to empower and have fun with the disability community. Alex Locust is creator of Spill the Disabili-Tea a vibrant, fun and interactive experience for the disabled and advocates. It puts a twist on the common medical model by focusing on humor, and a colorful space to make living with a disability more about community and connection rather than a clinical and dry experience.
Pushing Limits: (Superfest, “Terminal Device,” Living with Amputation) We talk with Ross Turnbull, the creator of the movie Terminal Device, an autobiographical essay and an inquiry into cinematic representation. Refracted through pop cultural images, the director tells his story as a man with a hook watching movie images of others with this particular prosthesis. He’s in the studio with Alex Locust, also an amputee and one of the organizers of Superfest, the bay area’s premier disability film fest.
KALW - Your Call (Your Call: Superfest, the world's longest running disability film festival) “On the October 19th edition of Your Call, we’ll speak with organizers and directors with Superfest, the world’s longest-running disability film festival. From a deaf superhero to a precocious young blind woman chasing love and freedom, this year’s festival is full of stories about fascinating people from around the world. How is disability a creative force in cinema and culture? Send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org and join us live at 10am with me, Rose Aguilar and you.”