Max Wolf Valerio
Max Wolf Valerio (born February 16, 1957) is a Native American poet, memoir writer, essayist and actor. He lived for many years in San Francisco, California, and now resides in Denver, Colorado. He is of Kainai (Blackfoot/Blood), Sephardic Jewish, Conversos, and Northern European descent.
Valerio's 2006 memoir "The Testosterone Files" describes his experience as a trans man. He performs poetry and acts on both film and stage.
- The Testosterone Files: My social and hormonal transition from female to male (Memoir, 2006)
- This Bridge We Call Home (Anthology, 2002)
- The Phallus Palace (Anthology, 2002)
- Male Lust (Anthology, 2000)
- This Bridge Called My Back (Anthology, 1981 [pre-transition])
- Unhung Heroes (Film, 2002)
- Gendernauts: A Journey Through Shifting (Documentary, 1999)
- Female Misbehavior (Documentary, 1992)
- "Exile: Vision Quest at the Edge of Identity." Queer Cultural Center. Retrieved 4 Aug 2012.
- Max Wolf Valerio at the Internet Movie Database
- "About the Authors." (Summer, 2003) blithe house quarterly
- "Max Wolf Valerio." (January 16, 2006) The Other Voices International Project.
- Flam, Faye (April 24, 2006). "She took the Testosterone Road to Manhood." Philadelphia Inquirer Retrieved April 30, 2006.
- Rage Against the Machine
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