Constance Augusta Zaber

Ms. Constance Augusta A. Zaber is a New England writer and general artist interested in history, sex practices, libraries, what she’s going to eat next, and Virginia Woolf. Visit for links to her stores and her sex blog. Follow her on Twitter: @constancezaber.

Highlighting the Trans Writers Nominated for the 2016 Lambda Literary Awards

A quick and easy guide to the fiction, non-fiction, and poetry titles from trans writers nominated for the 29th Annual Lambda Literary Awards.

8 Memoirs From Black Trans Writers

A roundup of memoirs written by Black trans people spanning 1986 to 2014.

Reading When The World Is Ominous: 8 Quotes From MFK Fisher

On turning to the food writer MFK Fisher whenever the world seems too big and unknowable.

Three 20th Century Novels By Trans Authors

Recently published titles might be easier to find, but don't overlook the novels of trans authors from years gone by!

8 Trans Authors To Be Aware Of For Trans Awareness Month

In honor of Trans Awareness Month, here are eight different trans authors whose work and lives cover the spread of genres, forms, and experiences.

News and New Releases from Trans Authors: Vol. 3

A late summer/early fall roundup of interviews, essays, and new projects from trans authors.

The Workshop: An Unprecedented Space For Trans Women Writers

Details about an upcoming writers workshop for trans women writers.

9 Book Awards I Would Appreciate Seeing

Here are some proposed book awards specific enough to help you identify books directly applicable to your life.

The Best Bookish Sketches from A BIT OF FRY AND LAURIE

A roundup of some of the best bookish sketches from the BBC comedy show, A BIT OF FRY AND LAURIE with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.

Finding Trans Writers In Your Favorite Genres

For readers looking to find more books by trans authors, this is simple list offers a brief jumping off point.