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“troubling the line”

Post: Troubling the Line Celebration in New York City

On Wednesday, December 11, at 8pm, at The Poetry Project in New York City, join Samuel Ace, Ching-in Chen, CA Conrad, Joy Ladin, Dawn Lundy Martin, Tim Trace Peterson, Jordan Rice, Trish Salah, TC Tolbert, Zoe Tuck, Emerson Whitney, and surprise guests to celebrate the publication of Troubling the Line, the first-ever anthology of poetry by trans […]

TC Tolbert

Post: TC Tolbert, Author of Gephyromania, Speaks to Nightboat Fellow Snigdha Koirala!

Happy publication the reprint of TC Tolbert’s Gephyromania! TC and Nightboat fellow Snigdha Koirala celebrate by discussing silence, in-betweeness, and more. Take a look below! ___________________________________ Snigdha: Gephyromania is concerned with a kind of in-betweeness—and the title nods to this. But I was also struck by the ways in which the collection ponders or wrestles with […]

bio: Trace Peterson

TRACE PETERSON is a trans woman poet critic. Author of Since I Moved In and numerous chapbooks, she is also Editor/Publisher of EOAGH and Co-editor of Troubling the Line. Her scholarly and creative writing have recently appeared in TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, the Ashbery Home School Gallery, and the “Genre Queer” issue of Cream City Review. She currently serves on the Board of […]

bio: TC Tolbert

TC Tolbert often identifies as a trans and genderqueer feminist, collaborator, mover, and poet but really s/he’s just a human in love with humans doing human things. The author of Gephyromania (Ahsahta Press, 2014; re-released by Nightboat Books in 2022) and three chapbooks, one chaplet, and one micro-chap, TC is also co-editor (along with Trace Peterson) […]

bio: Duriel E. Harris

Duriel E. Harris is a poet, performer, and sound artist. She is author of three print volumes of poetry, including her most recent, No Dictionary of a Living Tongue (Nightboat, 2017), Drag (2003) and Amnesiac: Poems (2010). Multi-genre works include her one-woman theatrical performance Thingification, as well as Speleology (2011), a video collaboration with artist Scott Rankin.  Recent and upcoming appearances include performances at the Lake […]


Post: A Dossier for Akilah Oliver’s the she said dialogues

Happy Birthday to Akilah Oliver! Akilah Oliver (1961-2011) is remembered for her fiercely intelligent and ambitious writing, which sought to do no less than expand the boundaries of an African-American literary dialogic tradition in its troubling of “Blackness,” “femaleness,” and “homogeneity.” She was a mother, a queer woman, and a true renaissance woman, who co-founded the […]