You can read all about me on my professional website, but here’s the Bloggy First Person Cliff Notes:
I’m a queer & genderqueer femme writer, writing instructor, cultural worker, and performer pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Fiction Writing at San Francisco State University. I’ve been a sex worker for roughly a decade (although I’m mostly a freelance writer & grad student at present). I teach Sex Workers’ Writing Workshop — a monthly writing workshop for current & former sex workers — at San Francisco’s Center for Sex & Culture. I’m also the founder and co-curator, with Elena Rose and Julia Serano, of Girl Talk, a multi-media performance show promoting dialogue about relationships of all kinds between queer trans women, queer cis women, and genderqueer people.
If you’d like to hire me as a freelance writer, book me for a performance (including Girl Talk), or book me for a writing workshop, please check out my website and send me an email at queershoulder[@]gmail[.]com.
This blog serves many purposes for me — sharing new work & works in progress, keeping in touch with old friends, making new friends, and keeping an eye on what’s happening on the interwebs. But mostly? It’s where I blow off steam from graduate school and talk about which David Bowie song is the queerest.