About The Name of This Site: 
The day I was setting up this WordPress, the super-talented Annie Mok told me one of my favorite bars in New York had changed its setup. I texted her a lot of caps and the phrase, “I hate everything,” to which she said, “Progress never stops for nostalgic transsexuals.”

Formal Bio:
Casey Plett is the author of A Dream of a WomanLittle FishA Safe Girl to Love, the co-editor of Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy From Transgender Writers, and the Publisher at LittlePuss Press. She has written for The New York TimesThe GuardianThe Globe and MailMcSweeney’s Internet Tendencythe Winnipeg Free Press, and other publications. A winner of the Amazon First Novel Award, the Firecracker Award for Fiction, and a two-time winner of the Lambda Literary Award, her work has also been nominated for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. She splits her time between New York City and Windsor, Ontario.

Informal Bio:
I love Miriam Toews more than almost anything. I’m from Manitoba more than anywhere else, but I spent my adolescent/college years in Oregon and as an adult I’ve lived in New York and Ontario for many years. I’m a trans woman and my writing tends to center around that.  I’m a thoroughbred Menno but don’t speak any Plautdietsch (if you don’t get it, don’t worry about it). I’m one of those gross people who likes the smell of cigarette smoke and age-wise I’m about as Millennial as you get.


E-mail: casey.plett@gmail.com

Twitter: @caseyplett

Instagram: @plettsky

Current Location: Brooklyn, New York

Illustration Carly Bodnar

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