Alisa Bohling is at work on a memoir in essays about how her search for home and healing became a political education. You can read her literary work on Lit Hub and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Her writing has been supported by a residency at Art Farm and grants from the Idaho Commission on the Arts and the Alexa Rose Foundation. She is a former assistant reporter and editor at Truthout and her journalism has also appeared on Al Jazeera America, AlterNet, and elsewhere and has been cited by Project Censored and in scholarly books on gender identity. Her reporting on the profiling of trans people at airport security was been recognized for Excellence in Online Journalism by the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association (now the Association of LGBTQ+ Journalists). She holds an MFA from the University of California, Riverside and she teaches creative nonfiction, medical narratives, and composition to community college students in the Intermountain West. @alisabohling