I’m the author of two books, My Husband Betty (2004) and She’s Not the Man I Married (2006) , both of which are still in print, still read by crossdressers, their partners; by gender theorists and historians; by counselors, therapists, and psychiatrists.The best way to keep up with my work is to join me on Patreon, where I’ve been publishing excepts from the upcoming book, works about grief and loss, and as ever, endless ruminations on the weirdness that is my marriage and gender.

I started my blog en|gender in 2003 and am proud that it was one of the first about gender, trans issues, and feminism; despite being somewhat quiet these days, there’s a vast trove of meditations on trans community politics and identities.

Despite not seeking out publishing opportunities as often as I should, I’ve recently been published by Cornell’s literary magazine Epoch, and numerous pieces I’ve written have appeared in anthologies such as Queer and Catholic and Nobody Passes, and I’ve even got an erotic story or two tucked into anthologies such as Tristan Taormino’s Take Me There.

I wrote a foreword (backwards, and in heels) with Diane Anderson Minshall and an afterword for an anthology by partners (Love, Always, Transgress Press).

Online, I’ve contributed to On the Issues and Jezebel amongst others.
Here’s the highlight reel:

  • “I Don’t Know How to Do This Still”. In Epoch Magazine. 68:1. Cornell Univresity, May 2018, Ithaca
  • Afterword. In Love, Always: Partners of Trans People on Intimacy, Challenge and Resilience. Eds. Jordon Johnson and Becky Garrison. Denver: Transgress Press, 2015.
  • Foreword, with Diane Anderson Minshall, in Love, Always: Partners of Trans People on Intimacy, Challenge & Resilience, Transgress Press, 2015.
  • “Post Post” in Trans Bodies, Trans Selves. Ed. Laura Erickson-Shroth, MD.
  • “All Girl Action” in Take Me There. Ed. Tristan Taormino. Berkeley: Cleis Press, 2011.
  • “Not So Straight Laced.” Transforming Community: Stories from Merging Trans and Queer Communities. Eds. Julia Serano and Michelle Tea. San Francisco, Suspect Thoughts Press, 2009.
  • “Mea Culpa, Mea Maxima Culpa.” Queer + Catholic. Eds. Amie M. Evans and Trebor Healey. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 2008.
  • “Halloween.” Cross Dressing: Erotic Stories. Ed. Rachel Kramer Bussel. San Francisco: Cleis Press, 2007.
  • “Persephone.” Nobody Passes: Rejecting the Rules of Gender and Conformity. Ed. Matt(ilda) Bernstein Sycamore. Emeryville: Seal Press, 2006.
  • “The Wife.” Crossing Sexual Boundaries: Transgender Journeys, Uncharted Paths. Eds. Vern Bullough and Ari Kane-DeMaios. New York: Prometheus Books, 2006.
  • “Cat of Nine Tale” Global City Review, Spring 2009
  • “How a Feminist Found her Feminism,” On the Issues magazine / AlterNet, Summer 2009