F121. Transmogrification of the Transgender Narrative: Cunting-up Trans Nonfiction
Friday, March 29, 2019
9:00 am to 10:15 am
Cooper Lee Bombardier's writing is published in Foglifter, Put A Egg On It, The Kenyon Review, CutBank, Nailed Magazine, and The Rumpus; and in the Lambda Award-winning anthology The Remedy, as well as in Meanwhile, Elsewhere, winner of the 2018 American Library Association Stonewall Book Award.
Brook Shelley's writing has appeared in The Toast, Lean Out, Transfigure, and the Oregon Journal of the Humanities. She speaks at conferences on queer and trans issues and memory.
Colette Arrand founded and edits The Wanderer. She is the author of Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon (OPO Books and Objects, 2017) and To Denounce the Evils of Truth. She is a student at the University of Georgia.
Ryka Aoki is the author of the performance, prose, and poetry collection, Seasonal Velocities, a Lambda Literary Award Finalist; the novel, He Mele a Hilo: A Hilo Song; and the poetry book, Why Dust Shall Never Settle Upon This Soul. She is a professor at Santa Monica College and Antioch University.
Grace Reynolds is a writer, photographer, and filmmaker. Her work deals with the politics of identity, the friction of rubbing against societal expectations, and the resulting fallout. She is currently working on a poetry anthology.