SELECTED ARTICLES BY MATTILDA

Naming Fears: Vivek Shraya on Vulnerability as a Tool for Transformation in Bitch

Living with Contradiction: On Weight of the Earth, David Wojnarowicz’s Tape Journals, in BOMB Magazine

“My Romantic Life,” in Evergreen Review

A Displaced Body: “Sick” and the Elusive Search for Wellness, an interview with Porochista Khakpour in Bitch

What Hovers Beyond Language: An Interview with Jennifer Natalya Fink in BOMB Magazine

Sensational Touch: “Queer Sex” Explores Pleasure In Trans and Nonbinary Communities, an interview with Juno Roche in Bitch

We Are Always Crossing: An Interview with Alexis Pauline Gumbs in BOMB Magazine

Laughing in the Face of Patriarchy: A Conversation with Myriam Gurba in Truthout

“Swords Into Marketshare: Why trans inclusion in the military is the wrong fight,” in the Baffler

“To Lie Is to Try: Two Books on Kathy Acker,” in BOMB Magazine

Review of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbookin the San Francisco Chronicle

Monster Love: Two Books Interrogate Mothers Real and Imagined, a review of Kate Zambreno’s work in Bookforum

“Dreaming beyond fiction and nonfiction,” a review of Bruja by Wendy C. Ortiz in Seattle Review of Books

“A New Understanding of Loyalty,” an interview with Sarah Schulman in Truthout

“Transgender Troops Should Be an Oxymoron, ” in Truthout

“The skin of the unconscious, ripped open,” review of Pretty Much Deadby Daphne Gottlieb in Seattle Review of Books

“I’ll put still emerging on my gravestone,” interview with Robert Glück in Seattle Review of Books

“The True Voice of Gay Culture” in Queen Mob’s Teahouse

Review of The Cosmopolitans by Sarah Schulman in San Francisco Chronicle

Review of Bullies: A Friendship by Alex Abramovich in San Francisco Chronicle

“Longing for Something Different,” an Interview with Erick Lyle in Los Angeles Review of Books

Review of The Narrow Door: A Memoir of Friendship by Paul Lisicky in San Francisco Chronicle

Review of When the Sick Rule the World by Dodie Bellamy in San Francisco Chronicle

“Writing Against Complacency,” interview with Jessa Crispin about The Dead Ladies Project in Los Angeles Review of Books

Review of Dryland by Sara Jaffe in San Francisco Chronicle

Review of Visions and Revisions by Dale Peck in San Francisco Chronicle

Review of the HBO series Looking in The New Inquiry

Review of Dispatches Against Displacement in the San Francisco Chronicle

Review of Hold Tight Gently in the San Francisco Chronicle

"My Amtrak Residency" in Bookslut

Review of Sex Workers Unite in the San Francisco Chronicle

“A Movement That’s a Little More Radical” in the New York Times

Firing Desire: Communal Possibilities in the Life and Work of David
Wojnarowicz
 in Bookslut

“Community Spirit”: The New Gay Patriot and the Right to Fight in
Unjust Wars
 in We Who Feel Differently

Review of Justin Torres’ We the Animals in Bookslut

We Die, You Get Married on The Bilerico Project

Review of Eileen Myles’ Inferno in Bookslut

A Fine Romance: Democracy Now's Amy Goodman and Lieutenant Dan Choi on The Bilerico Project

"Get Hitched or Get Ditched" in The Skinny

"Down With Legitimacy" in the San Francisco Bay Guardian

"Why I'm Not Celebrating" on AlterNet

"Milked" in the San Francisco Bay Guardian

"Lust and Loss" in the San Francisco Bay Guardian

Review of Masha Tupitsyn’s Beauty Talk & Monsters in Bookslut

Review of Norah Vincent's Self-Made Man in Bitch

"Designer Impostor: Behind JT LeRoy's literary spell" in Bitch

Karen Finley and Cindy Sheehan in the San Francisco Bay Guardian

My Thoughts on Brokeback

On Looking for Love in Places Without in Clamor

Review of Gregg Bordowitz and Larry Kramer, in the San Francisco Bay Guardian

"Assimilation and its Discontents," in the San Francisco Bay Guardian

"Why the Gay Rights Movement is a Sham," in LiP Magazine

Tour Diary Continued in the Gay and Lesbian Review

Dangerous Families Tour Article in The Stranger