PUBLICATIONS

"Polyamory," Bend Over Magazine: Feminism Sexuality and Queer Art, Berlin Spring/Summer 2011

"Play Sex Love," Bend Over Magazine: Feminism Sexuality and Queer Art, Berlin Fall/Winter 2010

"Nikkol Rot in Conversation with Mad Kate," Bend Over Magazine: Feminism Sexuality and Queer Art, Berlin Spring/Summer 2010

"Ficken 3000," The Post Raum: Decadence Issue, Berlin December 2009 (fiction)

"I Can Almost Remember Them All," Magazine ME : People Get Hurt in the Dark, Berlin, July 2009 (creative nonfiction)

"Interview with Jozo Juric," Aufstieg und Fall, Berlin, June 2009 (interview)

"We Miss the Culture but Does the Culture Miss Us," Race Revolt Magazine, Whiteness, 2009 (personal political essay)

"My Body Left the Academy" Art XX Magazine, Oakland, 2008 (personal political essay)

“Female Sexuality: Still in the Spotlight,” Sex Herald, April 2008 (feature)

“We’re Here, We’re Queer; We’re Not Going Shopping,” Sex Herald, November 2007 (feature)

“The Cutting Edge,” Sex Herald, June 2007 (feature)

“Taking Out Our Tits,” Other Magazine, Issue 12, Summer 2007 (personal essay)

“Bravo, Germany,” Bitch Magazine, Winter 2007 (feature)

“When Did We Get Ill?” Pens on Fire, March 2007 (poetry)

“Berlin’s First Porn Film Festival,” Sex Herald, December 2006 (feature)

“Buskin’ for a Livin’,” ExBerliner, September 2006 (feature column)

“Why Won’t He Hit on Me? (Flirting in Berlin),” Sex Herald, September 2006, (feature)

“On Barbie, Guns, and Control,” Off Our Backs: The Feminist Newsjournal, Volume 36, No. 2, August 2006 (personal essay)

“Before the Hockey Game,” Imagining Ourselves: A Global Generation of Women, an online exhibit of the International Museum of Women, March 2006 (creative nonfiction)

“Intent Means Everything: The Erotic Art of Japanese Rope Bondage,” Sex Herald, February 2006 (feature)

“Darkroom Drag,” ExBerliner, January 2006, (feature column)

“A Second Battle,” Z Magazine, December 2005 (feature)

“Through My Lens,” Sojourn, November 2005 (creative nonfiction)

“The Patch: Weighing out the Risks and Benefits,” Sex Herald, November 2005 (feature)

“German Asylum Seekers Wait in Limbo,” Exodus, September 2005 (feature)

“Legislating Morality – Legalizing Prostitution,” Sex Herald, September 2005 (feature)

“The Affair,” Brew City Magazine, July 2005 (short fiction)

“Darkroom Sex: Public or Private?,” Sex Herald, May 2005 (feature)

“Chronicles of the Fabricated Love Affair #3080,” SexFlies Anthology, May 2005 (short fiction)

“Spiritual Porn, Spiritual Life – Fuck for Forest Makes the Connections,” Sex Herald, March 2005 (feature)

“Kein Mensch ist Illegal,” Exodus, December 2004 (feature)

“Gender-Based Persecution and Political Asylum,” Exodus, August 2004 (feature)

“Positives of Polyamory,” Off Our Backs: The Feminist Newsjournal, July/August 2004 (editorial)

“Life in a Cube,” Tea Party Magazine, May 2004 (short fiction)

“Goodmorning, Señor Alfabus,” Controlled Burn, New College Press, May 2004 (short fiction)

“This Morning Waking,” New College Chapbook Series, April 2004 (short fiction)

“Turning Point for Salvadoran Leadership?,” Exodus, August 2003, (feature)

“Focus on EBSC Law Students: An Interview with Rupneet Sidhu,” Exodus, August 2003 (feature)

“Goodmorning, Señor Alfabus,” Wild Press Online, summer 2003 (novella)

“Volunteer Spotlight: Glenda Pawsey,” Exodus, April 2003 (feature)

“Rally Protests Unfair Treatment of Immigrants in the Name of National Security,” Exodus, May 2002, (feature)

“Transformative Education: Transforming Lives,” Exodus, March 2002, (feature)

“ATTACK on America,” Exodus, November 2001 (feature)

“The Civil War in Columbia: Not a Simple Story,” Exodus, September 2001, (feature)

“SOA 26 Sentenced,” Exodus, July 2000 (feature)

"My Mother," Teen Voices Magazine, May 1997 (creative essay)

UNIVERSITY THESIS

Goodmorning, Señor Alfabus (MFA Writing and ConsciousnessThesis, New College of California, San Francisco, 2004)

Goodmorning, Señor Alfabus is a novella about a young woman who wrestles with her experience of rape in relation to a choir of women's voices--both those she would like to be and those she has learned from. Señor Alfabus is the darkness of her disembodied identity as well as the light that will bring her into an understanding of self.

Silenced Discourses (BA Peace and Conflict Studies Honors Thesis, University of California , Berkeley, 2001)

Silenced Discourses: Do Campesinas Have a Voice in Women's Organizations? is a study completed in collaboration with the women of Décimo Aniversario, a farming cooperative in rural Nicaragua. Through a series of interviews with the members of the farming cooperative, local women's group organizers, and national women's organizations, I take a closer look at what "empowerment" means for this group of women


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