Tag Archives: Nonbinary

Zinester Spotlight: Tobi Hill-Meyer

Tobi Hill-Meyer is an activist, theorist, consultant, and all-around creative type. She is an indigenous Chicana trans woman who makes zines and films as well as produces academic writing. My community archives, McNabb Archives, just acquired several of her zines … Continue reading

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Extreme Meatpunks Forever

Flowers, Heather (Creator). Extreme Meatpunks Forever. Downloadable serial game. https://hthr.itch.io/extreme-meatpunks-forever “A serial visual novel/mech brawler about four gay disasters beating up neonazis in giant robots made of meat. Get ready for the worst road trip of all time.” From the … Continue reading

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Bleeding Thunder

Grace, Fēnix, and Silen Wellington (Co-Editors). Bleeding Thunder: A Zine Exploring Genderqueer Menstruation. February 2020. This compilation zine collects poetry, essays, and visual art by transgender/nonbinary creatives about menstruation experiences, biological essentialism, and gender dysphoria and euphoria.

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Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl

Lawlor, Andrea. Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl. Rescue Press, 2017. Paul/Polly is a queer shapeshifter, morphing from riot grrl punk to beach boy as he desires. In a university town in the 1990s, 22-year-old Paul/Polly tends bar at … Continue reading

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Resilience: Surviving in the Face of Everything

Heart, Amy, Larissa Glasser, and Sugi Pyrrophyta (Editors). Resilience: Surviving in the Face of Everything. Olympia, WA: Heartspark Press, 2017. Resilience is a breathtaking collection of poetry and prose written by (coercively) assigned male at birth trans women and nonbinary … Continue reading

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Gender Queer: A Memoir

Kobabe, Maia. Gender Queer: A Memoir. Lion Forge, 2019. In this captivating graphic memoir, Maia Kobabe shares the story of eir* journey discovering eir nonbinary and asexual identities and coming out to eir friends, family, and community.

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Symptoms of Being Human

Garvin, Jeff. Symptoms of Being Human. New York: Balzer + Bray, 2016. Riley Cavanaugh is the teenage child of a congressman running for reelection. They’re also genderfluid and closeted. They must accompany their father to events, wearing formal clothing that … Continue reading

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The 57 Bus

Slater, Dashka. The 57 Bus: A True Story of Two Teenagers and the Crime That Changed Their Lives. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 2017. The 57 Bus is a journalistic account of what happened when Richard Thomas set Sasha Fleischman’s … Continue reading

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Aguirre-Sacasa, Roberto (Executive producer). Chilling Adventures of Sabrina [Television series]. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros. Television, October 2018. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a two-season web television series distributed on Netflix. It stars Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina, Lucy Davis and Miranda … Continue reading

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An Unkindness of Ghosts

Solomon, Rivers. An Unkindness of Ghosts. Brooklyn, Akashic Books: 2017. In this extraordinary speculative fiction novel, debut author Solomon explores racial discrimination and slavery, disability, gender and sexuality, and scientific progress aboard a space vessel traveling to a promised utopian … Continue reading

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