Alix Perry

multi-genre writer

About


Alix Perry is a white trans writer from the greater Seattle area (Coast Salish land). In 2018, Alix began self-publishing essays on their Medium page, @gender, and they have since expanded to write across genres.

Their fiction is published or forthcoming in warning lines magMag20/20and Prismatica; their poetry has been nominated for the 2021 Best of the Net Anthology and can be found in Defunkt MagazineMaw, Rogue Agent, and Stone of Madness; and their creative nonfiction and essays are featured in the Courage is a Gift Anthology, An Injustice!Blank PageThe StartupEquality Includes You, and Papeachu Review. Alix's intrepid alter-ego, [pen name redacted], writes long-form fiction for Scribd.

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Selected Publications


Before I Forget All Over Again

Before I Forget All Over Again

This poem was published in September 2021, along with the work of seven other poets, in Maw's fourth issue.

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The Hatchet

The Hatchet

"The Hatchet," a piece of flash fiction, came out in Warning Lines: Echo on September 1, 2021.

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Everything Something Nothing

Everything Something Nothing

Defunkt Magazine published Alix's poem, "Everything Something Nothing," in its eighth issue on June 10, 2021.

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Allegory of the Man

Allegory of the Man

Alix's short story, "Allegory of the Man" was published in Prismatica's May/June 2021 Pride issue.

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Your Prescription is Ready for Pickup

Your Prescription is Ready for Pickup

This poem found a home in Stone of Madness Issue 10 (May 1, 2021), among a host of other great work by queer and trans writers.

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Gum Wounds

Gum Wounds

Alix's first poem to be featured in an online lit journal (Rogue Agent) came out March 1, 2021.

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