Print/Press

Novels

Supervillainz, 2006 Lambda Literary Award Finalist, published by Suspect Thoughts Press

War of the Foxes, available online

 

Audio

The Mask of Inanna2012 Parsec Award Winner – writer, director, producer, audio engineer

Nobilis Erotica – The Arrows of Desire – actor

The Cleansed – Season 2, Episode 10 – cameo (Dollah for the hollah!)

 

Other Work in Print

Shapely and The Wolverine’s Lampshade – Erotic microfiction on Circlet Press’ website

Take Me There: Trans and Genderqueer Erotica (edited by Tristan Taormino, published by Cleis Press) includes my erotic genderqueer story “Somebody’s Watching Me“.

Best Lesbian Erotica 2008 (edited by Tristan Taormino, published by Cleis Press) includes my story “Thrall Free Zone“.

My non-fiction piece Capturing an Audience On-Line is featured on the National Writer’s Union website.

The InsightOut Calendar of Days 2006 included my short piece “Temptation and Ruin” (third piece in), as well as pieces by Jameson Currier, Poppy Z. Brite and Carol Rosenfeld.

An excerpt from Supervillainz is published in the anthology Pinned Down By Pronouns, along with my piece “We Write Because“.

My story Harrison Ford Was Right is available in issue #6 of Other Magazine.

My story “Praying for Dresses” was featured in the online journal “Transcriptions“.

 

Interviews

Roundtable Podcast

Raise-a-Racket Podcast

Fullcast Podcast – Part 1, Part 2

Radio Drama Revival

GenderTalk – August 5, 2006. The show is available for download. Listen in at 86:09 for the reading.

GenderTalk – August 16, 2004. The show is available for download.

 

Press Appearances

For Christmas 2007, Egypt Urnash and I made Fudge Daleks (featured on BoingBoing).

Libertas, the Best in U.K. Lesbian Shopping Online, had an interview with me with Lucia Pajon.

The San Francisco Bay Guardian had an article “Whipping Girl, What Becomes You, and Love, Castro Street” which states, “The past year has seen more mold-breaking work by trans authors than ever before, from the anthology Self-Organizing Men, edited by Jay Sennett, and Max Wolf Valerio’s The Testosterone Files to Alicia E. Goranson’s Supervillainz.“.

Karen Burnham mentions Supervillainz in her article From the Notebooks of Dr. Brain by Minister Faust.

The DREAMWalker Group also has a brief profile of the author.

 

Announcements

Locus Online announces the March 2007 release of Supervillainz.

The GLBT Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror & Suspense Literature website has a profile up on Supervillainz.

Project Queerlit announces the winners and finalists of their 2005 award.