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Trish Salah

Trish Salah lives and writes in Toronto and is associate professor of Gender Studies at Queen’s University, Kingston. Her poetry books are Wanting in Arabic and Lyric Sexology, Vol. 1 and she co-edited TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly 1.4 on Trans Cultural Production. Wanting in Arabic won a Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Fiction, and this year Salah was a finalist for the Writers' Trust of Canada's Dayne Ogilvie Award. Her writing appears in recent issues of Action Spectacle, Angelaki, Anomaly, The Medium, Prism International, and in the collections Women of Resistance and Meanwhile Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy from Transgender Writers.

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Genderqueer and Trans Poetics: An Interview with Trish Salah

Trish Salah“I had the great pleasure of meeting Trish Salah earlier this year through the University of Saskatchewan. Our talk quickly turned to poetry and poetics, and has continued to be a great blessing to me during an isolated academic term. An interview with Salah, I thought, would present an opportunity for the Cordite readership to gain an insight into transgender poetics from an astonishing lyrical poet and talented theorist.”

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