audio and videos!
This page includes audio & video clips of my spoken word performances, my various music projects, plus a slew of interviews with me from over the years...
Julia’s spoken word performances
The following are videos of my spoken word performances and readings throughout the years:
Julia’s music projects
In addition to writing and performing spoken word, I also happen to create music in the noise pop/indie rock genre. You can listen to some of that music here.
My current solo music project is called *soft vowel sounds* and I recently released my first record . You can listen to tracks from that record below: Ray versus Macbeth and the Music Box, part one
The most successful of my past music projects was Bitesize, for which I was the guitarist-vocalist-primary songwriter. A few of our tracks can be listened to below. Our entire discography can be perused on the Bitesize Bandcamp site.
interviews with Julia
The following are audio and video clips of interviews and panel discussions that I have participated in (listed roughly in reverse chronological order). Additional print interviews with me can be found on my press page...
The Queer Life interviewed me on September 11, 2015.
Julia Serano on Transfeminism, Gender, Biology, and Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive, an interview with me on the VoiceAmerica show Sex Out Loud, hosted by Tristan Taormino, July 17, 2015.
The BiCast (a bisexual-focused podcast) interviewed me on July 14, 2015.
HuffPost Live interviewed me on June 11, 2015 about the controversy surrounding the recently published Elinor Burkett New York Times essay “What Makes a Woman?”. You can watch here (my segment runs from about 6:50 thru 14:20).
The Learnding Show On SURG FM (in Sydney, New South Wales) interviewed me in May, 2015. My
book tour reading in Seattle (at Elliott Bay Book Company, December, 2013) was recorded and broadcasted on Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive Speakers Forum on KUOW Public Radio. The Pacifica station KPFA-FM (Berkeley, CA) program Against the Grain aired
Nurture, Not Nature?, an interview with Julia about . Originally aired November 25, 2013. Excluded and her views on the nature-versus-nuture debate with regards to gender and sexuality I was one of the interviewees on the Al Jazeera show
The Stream episode on Is the T in LGBT being overlooked?, Sept 10, 2013.
Nia King’s podcast two-part interview with me from 2013, listen to part one & part two. The Southern California radio show
Feminist Magazine interviewed me about trans feminism on November 27, 2012.
GRITtv interview with me (and Naomi Clark & Jules Rosskam) on the politics of being transgender, originally aired January 11, 2010. Watch it here!
TransFM.org, Ethan St.Pierre interviewed me about cis terminology and other matters, originally aired July 5, 2009.
Against the Grain.KPFA interview about my contribution to the anthology , originally aired April 29, 2009. Yes Means Yes!: Visions of Female Sexual Power and A World Without Rape Listen here!
In/Out of Focus, Broadening a Feminist Lens: Gender, Non-Conformity and the Media was a panel that I participated in at Women, Action and the Media! (WAM!) Conference in April 2009.
Emilia Lombardi (host of Radio Free Transburgh) podcast interviewing me and Talia Bettcher about our responses to Alice Dreger’s defense of J. Michael Bailey’s book The Man Who Would Be Queen in the sexology journal Archives of Sexual Behavior . (issue 37, no. 3) Listen here!
Trans-Ponder podcast interview with me, originally aired July 7, 2008. Listen here!
Seal Press podcast interview about . Whipping Girl Listen here!
SRS-online podcast interview November 2007 (episode #32). Listen here!
Strictly Confidential interview about ENDA and a bit about the Bailey controversy on October 18, 2007. Listen here!
Velvetpark Magazine/Ourchart video interview about Whipping Girl, October 2007.
Emilia Lombardi (host of Radio Free Transburgh) podcast interview with me about my book Whipping Girl, August 2007. Listen here! Interview about
on the Whipping Girl KALW 91.7 FM San Francisco program Out In The Bay, originally aired June 28, 2007. Listen here! In 2005, KQED invited me to interview Susan Stryker and Victor Silverman about their documentary
. The interview can be downloaded at Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton's Cafeteria this link (note: it is a Real Media file).
GenderTalk interview about my poetry, February 9, 2004 (episode #447). Listen here!
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