writing

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FICTION

“Visions,” in Meanwhile, Elsewhere, ed. Casey Plett and Cat Fitzpatrick, Topside Press, 2017.

“The Black Cube,” new edited edition, Procyon Science Fiction Anthology, ed. Jeanne Thornton, Tayen Lane Publishing, 2016.

“Really and Truly,” in Nevermind the Hormones: Topside Tour Zine, Topside Press/Instar Books, 2015.

Desperate (1975),” on Akashic Books Blog, Mondays are Murder series, August 3rd 2015.

Rental,” in Plenitude Magazine, July 2015. Reprinted in Nerve Endings, ed. Tobi Hill-Meyer, Instar Books, 2017.

“Cruelty (an excerpt),” in Gaslight: Lambda Literary 2014 Anthology, ed. Miah Jeffra, Lambda Literary Foundation 2015.

“City Noise,” in Fractured: Tales of the Canadian Post-Apocalypse, ed. Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Exile Editions 2014.

NON-FICTION

The forgotten legacy of trans artist and activist Mirha-Soleil Ross,” Dazed Digital, February 2019. Also published in Dazed Spring 2019 print issue.

Why are some feminists in the UK freaking out about trans rights?,” Buzzfeed, July 2018.

To Be Present In Our Bodies, Together,” White Noise City, February 2018.

Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer (Review),” Lambda Literary Review, January 2018.

Why We Don’t Need Another Revival of Hosanna,” CBC Arts, November 2017.

Aiyyana Maracle,” Queer Bible, November 2017.

Jane Crow: the Life of Pauli Murray by Rosalind Rosenberg,” Lambda Literary Review, June 2017.

“One From the Vaults,” in Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production and the Politics of Visibility (eds. Reina Gossett, Eric Stanley, Johanna Burton), MIT Press/The New Museum. October 2017.

“In Conversation: Queer Suicidality, Conflict, and Repair,” with Sarah Schulman. QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking, Vol. 4, Iss. 1. March 2017.

Once More with Feeling: a Buffy Good Talk,” with Haley Cullingham, Josie Torres Barth, Sarah Hagi, & Lauren McKeon. Hazlitt, March 22nd, 2017.

Some Of Feminist History Is Anti-Trans, But Its Future Doesn’t Have To Be,” Buzzfeed, March 16th, 2017.

Ms. Adichie: There is no single story on trans women,” The Globe and Mail, March 14th, 2017.

“Glamor, Glory, and Gold: on Jackie Curtis,” CANDY Magazine, Issue 10, December 2016.

“Cabaret At the Continental Baths: on Holly Woodlawn,” CANDY Magazine, Issue 10, December 2016.

“Tricky Mother Nature: on Candy Darling,” CANDY Magazine, Issue 10, December 2016.

No One Makes It Out Alive: a Trans Reading of Little Shop of Horrors” with Casey Plett, GUTS Magazine, November 29th, 2016.

In Search of Hidden Stories,” Montréal Review of Books, November 2016.

Small Beauty by jia qing wilson-yang,” Lambda Literary Review, May 9th, 2016.

KESWA and Winnipeg Working Group Participate in ‘Love Positive Women’ Campaign,” Global Network of Sex Workers’ Projects, March 2nd, 2016.

What the Rentboy Raid Tells Us About the Gendered Rhetoric of Trafficking,” on Tits and Sass, August 26th, 2015.

“Representing the Community as Self” and “La représentation communautaire du soi,” in SWITCH, ed. JJ Levine, 2015.

“Crazy Trans Woman Syndrome,” in Best Sex Writing of the Year, ed. Jon Pressick, Cleis Press 2015.

“Sad Day for #RightsNotRescue in Canada,” November 7th, 2014, Feministing.com

“Happy Birthday Marsha!: an Interview with Reina Gossett,” August 1st, 2014, Helix Queer Performance Network

“Trans Women’s Lit? An Interview with Trish Salah and Casey Plett,” March 12th, 2014, Canadian Women in Literary Arts

“Dear Prime Minister Dreamy: Reconsidering a Crush Post-Bedford,” February 5th, 2014, TitsandSass.com

“I Believe in Wendy,” May 6th, 2012, PrettyQueer.com

“Xtra, Xtra: Read All About It,” December 28th, 2011, PrettyQueer.com

“Queerly Religious,” November 2nd 2011, PrettyQueer.com

“Werk,” October 17th 2011, PrettyQueer.com

“Danger, Danger: Getting the Fear,” October 7th 2011, PrettyQueer.com

“Translady Self-Annihilation,” September 29th 2011, PrettyQueer.com

“Just Call Me Hunter, Maybe Then You’ll Sleep With Me,” July 23rd 2011, PrettyQueer.com

“My Angry Speech,” July 4th 2011, PrettyQueer.com

Photo documentation of SPACEDATES performance by Tania Anderson.