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An Interview with me and Ralowe T. Ampu for Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex

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I've written a piece titled, "Queer Immigrants, the Shackles of Love, and the Invisibility of the Prison Industrial Complex," for the forthcoming anthology, Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex, due out from AK Press in August 2011.   Eric Stanley is interviewing some of the contributors for a series on the press website, and the first one features Ralowe T. Ampu and yours truly. 

Here's an excerpt from the description of the book: "...a collection of essays representing years of struggle in the transgender, gender variant, queer liberation movements, and the movement for the abolition of the prison industrial complex.  It is the first of its kind - not simply a bridge, but a space for discourse about the linkages between these struggles."

This link takes you to the interview, and shows you the fabulous cover as well.  Reserve your copy today, and look for various appearances in your town or a location nearby.  I'll post details about these as they become available.





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