Trish Bendix

Trish Bendix a writer, living in Portland with her wife, pug and two cats. She writes about the intersection of queer women and pop culture/media as managing editor of and is the Girl on Girl columnist for The Frisky. Trish has written on queer life & art, music, pop culture, media and feminist issues for publications such as The Village Voice, Time Out Chicago, Out, Punk Planet, Planet Out/, Rockpile, The Chicago Tribune's ChicagoNow and Bitch. Her fiction has appeared in The Q Review, CellStories and she has an essay in the 2010 Seal Press anthology, Dear John, I Love Jane. She was also the co-host of a regular podcast on lesbian and queer women in music called Chick Habit. Trish was a founder of Queer Fest Midwest, an all-day music and arts festival in 2007. She has been interviewed by the Chicago Reader, Time Out Chicago, the Windy City Times’ Nightspots, Venus Zine, Bitch, Feast of Fun, the Austin Chronicle, The Huffington Post and Feministing about her work and opinions on queer lifestyle [+]