Clips & Words


Queer Family Matters – 11/13/2013: A Kid Who Looks Like Me
Autostraddle (Staff Writer) – 2/16/2015: You Need Help: Will You Grow Together or Grow Apart?
Everyday Feminism – 6/6/2015: When You’ve Internalized Racism as Self-Hate, Connecting with Your Ethnicity Can Change Everything – Like It Did for this Korean-American Woman
Autostraddle (Staff Writer) – 4/2016-9/2016: COLUMN: Countdown to Baby T. Rex
Autostraddle (Staff Writer) – 11/2016 – Present: COLUMN: Be The Change



  • Intersectional feminism
  • Sexual & reproductive justice
  • LGBTQ parenting issues
  • NYS and U.S. politics & policy
  • Nonprofit culture
  • Activism & organizing 

SOCIAL MEDIA FOOTPRINT (as of 6/14/2017)



“Moving from service to action: The Rocxxy summer internship in feminist activism and leadership.” In S. Iverson & J.H. James (Eds.) Feminist community engagement: Achieving praxis. Palgrave Macmillan. by Angela Clark-Taylor, Quinlan Mitchell, and KaeLyn Rich.

Queer women’s health columnist from 2007-2011, publishing a monthly column in the Empty Closet, a publication of the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley.


Autostraddle: Staff Writer, 2014 to present
Queer Family Matters: Owner and Co-Founder, 2013 to 2017
Feministe: Guest-Blogger, 2008
Sex. Justice Change.: Contributor, 2008 to 2011


Editor of the ImageOutWrite Journal Volume I, 2012 and reader for Volume II, 2013.

Academy of American Poets Prize for Intercourse in 2005.

Featured author at the National Women’s Studies Association Creative Writing Series, 2004.


Paid freelance writer (under pseudonym) for Demand Studios creating original content for various national websites including, theNest, and others.


Write short, informative articles and press materials for a variety of local nonprofits including Planned Parenthood of the Rochester/Syracuse Region, ImageOut: the Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival, Connect and Breathe and the New York Civil Liberties Union for use in newsletters, brochures, letters and more.

Academic Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in English Writing Arts with concentrations in fiction and poetry, including non-fiction writing coursework and 18 course hours of intense writing workshop.