Liz Duck-Chong

In addition to her speaking and educational work, Liz has been widely published in a range of other print and online publications. A full publication list is available below.

If you are interested in commissioning them to write for your publication or organisation, speak at or moderate your event, or to enquire about rates, please send her an email.

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COVID still exists: When is the queer party no longer the protest?
Article for Archer Magazine

A tapestry of transphobia
Review of Shon Faye's 'The Transgender Issue; An Argument For Justice' for The Australian Book Review ($)

My Experience Coming Out As Trans Makes Me Feel Lucky, But Being Loved Shouldn’t Involve Luck
Article for Pedestrian

The 'Gender Euphoria' column for Junkee, including finding spaces of trans joy, What does trans community mean to trans people, and an interview with Chantell Martin.

Crosses, Flags, Arches; an unofficial eulogy for Ronald McDonald’
Essay for Meanjin

Stigma and Shame: Accessing Healthcare as a Transgender or Gender-Diverse Person
Article for Pussypedia

Wheelie Bin Juice
Poem for Overland

The Last Decade Has All Been About Iconic Queer Women
Article for Junkee

Archer Asks: Raquel Willis, executive editor of Out Magazine
Interview for Archer Magazine

As the private lives of trans people are dragged into public debate, it’s time for facts
Article for The Guardian, with Teddy Cook, Shoshana Roseberg, Mish Pony and Jeremy Wiggins

Becoming Out
Article for Scarleteen

Trans women
A co-written chapter in Sam George-Allen's 2019 book Witches: What Women Do Together

Clear History: Digital Minimalism and KonMari-ing the Cloud
Essay for Kill Your Darlings, syndicated in The Guardian

When the personal ID becomes political
Article for Crikey ($)

'Rapid-onset gender dysphoria' is a poisonous lie used to discredit trans people
Opinion for The Guardian

Let's Talk About Girldick
Article for Scarleteen

Knowing and Unknowing
Story for the 2018 Queerstories book, edited by Maeve Marsden

bleeding in a foreign city
Poem for Rabbit Magazine Issue 23

We Need to Talk About Tom Ballard
Essay for Meanjin

As well as interviews with Torrey Peters, CN Lester, Ivan Coyote, and many others.

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