Alix Perry

multi-genre writer

About


Alix Perry is a white trans/non-binary writer from the greater Seattle area (Coast Salish land). Since 2018, Alix has been self-publishing essays on their Medium page, @gender, where their work has been viewed over 14,000 times. Their writing is also published or forthcoming in Defunkt MagazineRogue AgentStone of MadnessPrismatica, the Courage is a Gift anthology, An Injustice!Blank PageThe StartupEquality Includes You, and Papeachu Review Issue Four. Alix's intrepid alter-ego, [pen name redacted], writes fiction for Scribd.

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Photo credit: James Crippen
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Selected Publications


Everything Something Nothing

Everything Something Nothing

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

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Allegory of the Man

Allegory of the Man

My 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

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

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Trans People Need Your Allyship, Not Your Understanding

Trans People Need Your Allyship, Not Your Understanding

First discussing the limitations and problems with trying to make trans identity and experiences legible to cisgender readers/observers, this essay concludes with a plea for cis people to become active allies, including specific examples of how. Visit my Medium page to see this essay (Dec. 2020) and more.

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The Rules are All Made-Up (and more!)

The Rules are All Made-Up (and more!)

Two personal essays and one poem of mine appear in this anthology by Seattle-based Papeachu Press, released September 2020.

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