Research from my manuscript-in-progress was featured in Gizmodo’s “An Oral History of the Early Trans Internet.”

Illustration: Angelica Alzona (Gizmodo)

Illustration: Angelica Alzona (Gizmodo)


Illustration: WikiEdu

Illustration: WikiEdu


Research from my American Quarterly article on drivers’ licenses, anti-blackness, and transgender studies was featured in Virginia Lawyer magazine. (I submitted my research on this subject as part of an amicus brief in the case of Stinnie v Holcomb. Read more about the case, which aims to end license suspension as a penalty for court fees, in this press release from the Legal Aid Justice Center.)

James Broccoletti photographed at the Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach. Photo by Deirdre Norman. Post production by Sky Noir Photography.  (This image is, uh, not of me.)

James Broccoletti photographed at the Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach. Photo by Deirdre Norman. Post production by Sky Noir Photography. (This image is, uh, not of me.)


Penn State University’s independent student paper The Underground covered my visit and appearance on a “trans solidarity roundtable” about campus climate and transphobia (with Aren Aizura and Hilary Malatino).


My Avidly (LA Review of Books) essay on trans literature and the Scholastic YA series Animorphs was picked up by Vox’s weekly book link roundup, “a curated selection of the best writing online about books and related topics.


More coverage of my Animorphs essay, this time in The Onion’s A.V. Club.


My Nursing Clio essay about digital media and racial violence, “Pokemon Go, Before and After August 12,” was also covered (favorably, despite the website title!) by Bunk History.