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|Born||San Francisco, California|
|Genre||poetry, short stories, LGBT|
Trebor Healey is an American poet and novelist. He was born in San Francisco, raised in Seattle, and studied English and American Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. He spent his twenties in San Francisco, where he was active in the spoken word scene of the late 1980s and early 1990s, publishing five chapbooks of poetry as well as numerous poems and short stories in various reviews, journals, anthologies and zines.
- Through It Came Bright Colors, 2003 (Haworth Press, ISBN 978-1-56023-452-4)
- A Perfect Scar and Other Stories, 2007 (Haworth Press, ISBN 978-1-60864-000-3)
- Faun, 2012 (Lethe Press, ISBN 978-1-59021-385-8)
- A Horse Named Sorrow, 2012 (University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN 978-0299289706)
- Sweet Son of Pan, 2006 (Suspect Thoughts Press, ISBN 978-0-9771582-1-8)
- Beyond Definition: New Writing from Gay and Lesbian San Francisco, 1994 (Manic D Press, ISBN 978-0-916397-30-2). Co-editor with Marci Blackman.
- Queer and Catholic, 2008 (Taylor & Francis, ISBN 978-1-56023-713-6). Co-editor with Arnie Evans.
In 2004, Through It Came Bright Colors won both the Ferro-Grumley Award and the Violet Quill Award, and Gay Today named it one of the ten best novels of 2003. He won a second Ferro-Grumley Award in 2013 for A Horse Named Sorrow.
He was awarded the Jim Duggins Outstanding Mid-Career Novelists' Prize from the Lambda Literary Foundation in 2013.
- Lambert, Timothy J.; Cochrane, R. D. (2009). Fool for Love: New Gay Fiction. Cleis Press. ISBN 1-57344-339-5.
- "Outstanding Mid-Career Novelist and Emerging Writer Winners Announced". Lambda Literary Foundation, April 24, 2013.
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