In addition to being a co-editrix of Twisted Moon Magazine, Liz’s work is featured and upcoming in a range of print and online publications, a full list of which is available below.

You can also read Liz's work in the Queerstories book, out now with Hachette.

If you are interested in commissioning them to write or speak for your publication, organisation or event, please get in touch.

Areas of Interest:

  • LGBTIQA+ rights & activism
  • Queer arts & culture
  • Consent & consent culture
  • Reproductive & sexual health
  • Earnestness
  • Trans health research
  • Queer history
  • Very tiny things, like bees, or dust
  • Digital privacy & security
  • Writing lists


On deadnaming Chelsea Manning’ - Opinion for SBS Life

an artist at NYWF in 2018

Why Germaine Greer is not entitled to a place at the Brisbane Writers festival’ - Opinion for SBS Life

Let's Talk About Girldick’ - Article for Scarleteen

Navigating My Health Record For Trans And Gender Diverse Communites’ - article for ACON

We Need to Talk About Tom Ballard’ - essay for Meanjin

How a US law broke the internet (and what that means for Australia)’ - article for Crikey ($)

Australia’s gender recognition laws are a mess. It’s time for radical change’ - article for Crikey ($)

Rethinking How We Talk About Sex and Gender’ - article for Scarleteen

Becoming Seen’ - memoir for The Pussy Parlour newsletter ($)

The banality of discrimination: how bureaucratic inertia is failing non-binary people’ - article for Crikey ($)

Trans Stories: about us, by us and for us’ - review for Overland

The trailblazing, opera singing queer icon you never knew you needed’ - profile and interview with CN Lester, for SBS Sexuality

The Period of Choice’ - essay, for Meanjin

bleeding in a foreign city’ - poem, for Rabbit Magazine Issue 23

Speaker at SAMAG's 'Disarming Sexism in the Arts: #Metoo, but what next?' panel, at Sydney Opera House (video)

I'm Here, Get Over It’ - interview, for the ABC's Mardi Gras 40th anniversary magazine


#MeToo, But Now What’ - article, for Overland

The Family We Leave Behind’ - review of Belvoir's 'Hir', for Kill Your Darlings

A Definitive Ranking Of Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's Best Films’ - longform review, for Junkee

The tragedy of silenced conservatives: an interview with the rainbow gestapo’ - humour, for Crikey, originally self published

coeditrix of Twisted Moon Magazine

moonless'’ - short story, for Gravel Mag

Why Malcolm Turnbull’s attack on privacy is a feminist issue’ - opinion, for Daily Life

So You Wanna Record And Release A (Cheap) Podcast’ - instructional longread, self published on Medium

attendee of Junket 2017 in Canberra, Australia

Non-hierarchical polyamory: Stepping off the relationship escalator’ - article, for Archer Magazine

one year on: a reflection - personal writing on the Orlando shooting, self published

four micro-fictions for  Story Seed Vault, 10, 18, 26, & 48 the second last of which won 3rd place in their Antarctic contest and the last of which won 3rd place in their Bee contest

Shake the Ghosts: A conversation with Ivan Coyote’ - interview, for Kill Your Darlings

7 reveal parties more fun than gender reveal parties’ - humour, self published

The best things about being a card-carrying member of the queer community’ - opinion, for Daily Life

Framing a Framed Man: The trouble with The Trouble with Harry’ - review of Siren Theatre Company's 'The Trouble With Harry', for Kill Your Darlings

The problem with how transgender beauty is celebrated on the pages of Vogue’ - opinion, for Daily Life

storyteller for Queerstories, at Giant Dwarf - podcast available here

two poems’ - poems, for moonsick magazine

If it’s still taboo to date transgender people, how far have we really come?’ - opinion, for Daily Life

7 reveal parties more fun than gender reveal parties’ - humour, self pubished on Medium

a private email’ - blackout poem, for pnk prl

seeing elizabeth’ - personal writing, self published

Why it’s time for parents to re-think declaring their children’s gender’ - opinion, for Daily Life

Representation’ - poem, self published

A look inside the false church of tolerance’ - opinion, for Star Observer, April 2016 print issue

tectonic girl’ and ‘partial memories of friday night’ - poems, for Concrete Queers zine CQ5

Queering Ideas, or the kids are alright’ - opinion, self published on Medium

R Is For Representation’ - article, for F is for Feminism

I’m A Man, And I’m A Feminist’ - humour, self published

when girls talk’ and ’threads’ - poems, self published 1 & 2

On Trans Day of Remembrance’ - opinion, self published