Diana Cage is a writer and performer whose work explores sex, art, bodies, relationships, and desire. She is an award winning author of six books, including The Lesbian Sex Bible, which won a Lambda Literary Award.

Her writing has appeared in Fence, SFMOMA’s Open Space, Brevity, Spunk, Girlfriends, GQ, Curve, Signs, Shewired, Velvetpark, The Huffington Post, Kitchen Sink, Other, Maxim, New York Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Folsom Street Fair Guide, Lambda Literary, Burning Word, and other places.

Cage was formerly host of The Diana Cage Show, a nightly talk show on SiriusXM. Before that, she served as editor of On Our Backs magazine and Velvetpark: Dyke Culture in Bloom.

Cage’s performance work, both solo and as part of the performance duo Hormone Trouble, has shown at Dixon Place, SOMArts, The Stonewall Inn, The Poetry Project, The Stud, and other venues.

She served on the board of directors for CLAGS: Center for LGBTQ Studies, and is a founding member of the collective What Would an HIV Doula Do? She curated the New York reading series for Belladonna Collaborative and has hosted and curated for other literary organizations in both New York and The Bay Area.

Cage earned an MFA from San Francisco State University where she currently teaches in Gender Studies and Art History.