Rachel K. Zall is a poet, performing artist, erotica author, activist, catmom and lots of other stuff. She lives in Philadelphia, PA with...
Rachel K. Zall is a poet, performing artist, erotica author, activist, catmom and lots of other stuff. She lives in Philadelphia, PA with her charming partner and their three weird cats. In Spring 2009, she published her first collection of poetry, The Oxygen Catastrophe: Poems 1999 - 2006. Her second, New Problems was released in early 2010, and she is currently working on a book of poems on the very specific subject of "trans lady stuff," tentatively titled either Exonym, Endonym, or both. (Though that title may change if she's fickle.) (Which she is.) In 2011 her first work of fiction, "The Visible Woman," was published in the anthology Take Me There: Trans & Genderqueer Erotica edited by Tristan Taormino, which won a Lambda Literary Award for Trans Fiction. Her second published story is a comic book done in collaboration with artist Christianne Benedict called "The Exile & Happy Landing of Natalie Ríos." It's currently being serialized on Tumblr.