Critical Journal

Lack of attention, absence of conversation, little or no critical response: this is how much of the writing by trans women is received today. Seeking to transform this landscape, we'll be using our Critical Journal to publish (paid) critical essays by trans women on the work of our trans women peers. Writers may contact us to request that we cover their work regardless of genre, but please note that we prioritize self-published, less-widely reviewed books.

Roaring in the Midst of Genocide: Venus Selenite's "trigger"

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Saint Knives' "La Mer"

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"Love and Comets and Other Stories" by Gillian Ybabez

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"No Soy Persona" Fabiola Estradiol

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