Diana Cage writes about sex, politics, bodies, gender, relationships, desire, and art. She is a Lambda Award winning author of six books, a chapbook, and editor of two anthologies. Her work has appeared in Fence, Brevity, Spunk, Girlfriends, GQ, Curve, Signs, Shewired, Velvetpark, The Huffington Post, Kitchen Sink, Other, On Our Backs, Go Magazine, Maxim, New York Magazine, Lambda Literary, Burning Word, and many other places. 

Diana was formerly host of The Diana Cage Show on SiriusXM as well as editor of On Our Backs magazine and Velvetpark magazine and a handful of other magazines and journals. She serves on the board of CLAGS: Center for LGBTQ Studies, and is a founding member of What Would an HIV Doula Do? She earned an MFA from San Francisco State University and teaches writing and gender studies.



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