#IAmNonbinary: A Celebration of Nonbinary Creators

For marginalized creators, social media movements and campaigns can be a great way to elevate their work and platform. On October 1st, nonbinary creators took to Twitter to showcase their work, connect with other creatives, and celebrate their non-binary selves using the hashtag #IAmNonbinary.

Too often, nonbinary folks are an afterthought, or shoehorned into female centered movements (like the #VisibleWomen campaign). As a cisgender woman myself, it’s easy to default into using gendered language, not only in daily life, but also when discussing issues regarding marginalized voices. While I still sometimes revert to using binary language, following, listening to, and reading works by nonbinary creators have definitely helped me be more mindful of the words I use. And campaigns like #IAmNonbinary are a great way to discover and promote marginalized voices I might not have been aware of. So, I’ve compiled a roundup of nonbinary creators who shared their work on Nonbinary day!

While the #IAmNonbinary hashtag wasn’t limited to celebrating comic artists, writers, and prose writers, these are the people I’ve focused on for this roundup. Whether you’re a nonbinary creator looking to connect with other nonbinary creators, or a reader who is looking to expand and diversify their reading life, I hope you find some new-to-you folks to follow. And please, shout out your favorite nonbinary creators in the comments!

https://twitter.com/lorisdemic/status/1046722250035138561

https://twitter.com/masondeaver/status/1046921038762774530

 

Looking for other nonbinary books and authors? Check out these links to other Book Riot articles!

5 nonbinary and genderqueer authors to read.

A reader on 11 lessons they learned from a A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns.

C.P. Hoffman shares how comics helped them come out as nonbinary.