Trisha Gregorio is a writer, editor & audio producer with over four years of experience working with a wide variety of content creation.


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Somehow emotionally repressed and overly sentimental in equal measure, Trisha has written essays on being a first-generation immigrant and a queer person of colour, and the points at which these intersect. They have also written pieces on sex & sexuality, gender, internet & fandom culture, film, television, music, video games and comics.

At the moment, they write fiction, paraphrased here from Salinger, “almost always about very young people.” Their main interest lies in small-scale stories about LGBTQ+ young adults at liminal periods of life, in the many forms this may come as and with all the emotions that come part and parcel. They wish to venture into genres beyond slice of life in the near future, but for now they use fiction to make sense of their own fears, loves and uncertainties in a world that renders it so difficult to remain tender. In all of this, Trisha hopes to present something of value, however little and however fleeting, to those not often represented in stories overbrimming with love and hope. Whether through articulations of their own personal experiences or in fictional stories set in the everyday, they believe in the power of language and the potency of sincere human emotion.

Trisha uses both they/them and she/her pronouns.


Living Hyphen, Podcast Producer & Co-host


CARR (2018) — Limited print via IngramSpark


Playing Referee in Catholicism vs. Queerness
Parents Didn’t Give Me The Sex Talk — Fanfiction Did
A Letter to Immigrant Children Thinking About Coming Out


Tumblr and the Fight Against Nipples

Short Fiction

Gender Presentation: A Choose Your Own Adventure Game

Local News

Independent Review looks into Pride 2019 Events
Queer Politics in Hamilton: A Year in Review
Dirty Homophobia at Dirty Dog’s
Two Weeks Later
Joyful Revolution

Pop Culture

Wake Up to the Cartoon Revolution
Hamilton is reshaping Broadway’s history
The New Spring Awakening is 👌🏼
Uncanny X-Men ends with a bang
Gothic Horror is Back


Not to Disappear, Daughter
The Little Prince (2015)
Nothing Much To Do
Macbeth (2015)
Life is Strange


A Sil Second: Updates on the Hamilton LRT Project
MSU Elections 2020 Series