Miriam Suzanne

Writing: Fiction & Otherwise


Featuring…

Twined Fragments

An ongoing collaboration of memory-fragments from two trans-feminine authors.


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Sex, Love, & Romance

in Twined Fragments on PS I Love You

I don’t have many guy friends, but my guitarist is one. Parting, I lean in for the cheek-kiss but he plants a good one right on my lips.

—Allison Washington

(Mis)Gender

in Transition

Reflections on the instictive act of gendering, how it can go terribly wrong, and what happens next.

Shifting Nouns

in Twined Fragments on Medium

I’ve seen myself in the mirror. I find me… disorienting. What do they see that I don’t? Why aren’t they laughing at me?

—Miriam Suzanne

Mothers, Fathers, Husbands, Wives

in Twined Fragments on Medium

Mother finds me at her wardrobe, in her pumps and pearls. What are you doing? Being a mommy. Are you, then? She clips on the earrings (they pinch!), reaches for her lipstick.

—Allison Washington

Body & Gender Fragments

in Transition

I wasn’t born in the wrong body. I was born, a body. Without my body, I don’t exist.