Morgan M Page is a writer, performance + video artist, and activist currently based in London, England.

 

Originally from Canada, Page’s nightmarish performance and video art has shown in galleries and festivals around the world, including the Brooklyn Museum (New York, 2016), the New Museum Resource Centre (New York, 2018), NEMAF New Media Arts Festival (Seoul, South Korea, 2013), and the Adelaide Street Gallery (Melbourne, Australia, 2014).

A 2014 Lambda Literary Fellow, her essays have been published in Dazed, Buzzfeed, the Globe and Mail, GUTS Magazine, and CBC Arts, as well as in anthologies including Best Sex Writing of the Year, vol 1 (Cleis Press) and Red Light Labour (UBC Press, 2018). Her fiction has been published in literary magazines such as Plenitude Magazine, as well as in anthologies such as Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy from Transgender Writers (Topside Press, 2017).

She also writes and hosts One From the Vaults, the one and only podcast covering all of the dirt, gossip, and glamour from trans history. It can be found on Soundcloud and iTunes.

Photo by Max Herridge.

 

Morgan has worked in social movements for the rights of trans people, sex workers, and people living with HIV for 15 years.

Trained as a social worker, Morgan has spent her entire adult life working at non-profits
in Canada and the United Kingdom. She is the original writer of BRAZEN: the Trans Women’s Safer
Sex Guide (CATIE, 2013), which has been translated into five languages and distributed
internationally.

Photo of SPACEDATES performance by Tania Anderson