The Boy with a Bird in His Chest, a queer coming-of-age novel about the secrets we carry, the ways we try to stay safe, and growing up having to hide what makes you lovable to the world and to yourself was sold at auction to Atria Books. It is slated for release in Spring 2022.
The Sacred Text of Rosa who is Great was published by Quiet Lightning Books (Spring 2016). It is a collaborative art book that was originally posted across social platforms. Written by Emme Lund. Illustrated by Stella Peach.
Prose & Poetry
The essay “Everything I know About Queer Community I learned from Swamp Thing” was published in Electric Literature
The essay “Saying you Support Trans Rights isn’t Enough. Here’s How you Prove it.” was published in TIME
A guest post for friend Zoe Tuck’s Reading Blog on reading Elena Ferrante Neapolitan Novels and transitioning
Emme wrote about her writing process for the Oregon Literary Arts Blog. You can read it here
The short story “How to Paint Mountains” was featured on the Apt Magazine website
Emme Lund was part of the experimental translation issue of McSweeney’s wherein her translated words appear next to the words of Jeffrey Eugenides, Zadie Smith, Dave Eggers, Andrew Sean Greer and many more. Issue 42 can be purchased here
“Their Trash is My Treasure” appeared in issue 1 of Nib Magazine (defunct)
“A Sinfonia Do Circo” appeared in Vol. 5 No. 3 of Brink Magazine (defunct)
“An Evening with a Noctiphile” appeared in Issue 1.0 of Bad Futurist (defunct)
“Losing It” appeared in the Summer of 2011 issue of Xenith Magazine (defunct)
“Zoobomb” appeared in Issue 1
Emme Lund was a script advisor for the Liz Lewis film Positive