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Pride Source Interview by "Between The Lines" Managing Editor
Jillian A. Bogater, 10/26/06

FRAUENZIMMER Die feministische Buchhandlung
Women's Room Feminist Bookshop, Vienna, Austria
Review (German)

Reflections on Feinberg, by Laura McNeill
Feedback from January 2003
Distinguished Lecture Series event at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Hosted by the Wisconsin Union Directorate

http://colours.mahost.org/articles/mcneill2.html

Postscript: Mourn Slain Black Lesbian Teenager
By Leslie Feinberg
http://www.geocities.com/ambwww/sakia.htm

A colloquio con l’attivista transgender americana Leslie Feinberg. Vive a New York. "Drag king dreams" è il suo ultimo romanzo-manifesto. Dei protagonisti non descrive mai l’identità sessuale
«I miei personaggi, migranti e queer anti-Bush», Miriam Tola
Liberazione 17 maggio 2006
http://liberazione06.rifondazione.co.uk/Notizie06/05maggio06/0605N346.htm

Leslie Feinberg Lecture at San Diego State University, March 28, 2006, A Brief Report back.

National TransAwareness Week - Edmonton 2005


Feminist Alliance Page on the Struggle with the Colorado State University's administration to have Leslie Feinberg deliver a keynote speech in April 2005. Includes several links to statements and the text of the keynote.

"Still me on the inside, trapped": Embodied Captivity and Ethical Narrative in Leslie Feinberg's Stone Butch Blues, by Monika I. Hogan, March 2004 issue.

Transgender Warrior Spreads the Word in Taiwan, by Bradley Winterton from Taipei Times, December 16, 2003

San Diego Indy Media Interview by Mark Gabrish Conlan for Zenger's Newsmagazine, June 19, 2003

Speech at the Al-Fatiha International Retreat in Washington DC, Spring 2002.

Between the Lines Interview, by J. Katzeman

Reflections on Feinberg, By Laura McNeill

Open Book: Trans Liberation: Beyond Pink Or Blue, by Rachel Mattson, The Village Voice, December 1998

Curve Magazine, July 1998