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T.J. Baer is a queer, trans author of novels and short fiction. Born in Western Pennsylvania, he currently resides in his adopted hometown of Chicago with two cats and a well-stocked cupboard of tea. Some of his titles include Following Grandpa Jess, Guardians, Dreamers, and The Boy Who Was Kissed, and his short fiction has been featured in the Harpur Palate Literary Journal and Flash Fiction Magazine. When not writing, T.J. can be found either discussing queer media on his YouTube channel or failing to escape from murderous ghosts on Twitch. 

For inquiries regarding speaking engagements, appearances, or other business, please email tjbaerwrites@gmail.com. (You can also email if you just want to say hi!)

Social Media:
Twitter: @TJBaerAuthor
FacebookT.J. Baer
Twitch: twitch.tv/thom_is_trans/
YouTube: thom_is_trans
Instagram: thom_is_trans
Patreon: patreon.com/thom_is_trans/

Novels:
Guardians, coming in 2023 from NineStar Press
Dreamers, coming in 2023 or early 2024 from Deep Hearts YA
The Boy Who Was Kissed
, coming soon from The Wild Rose Press
Remember Me, release date TBA
Chosen, release date TBA
Following Grandpa Jess, 2013, Bold Strokes Books
Talking About Fungus, 2007, Torquere Press

Short Stories:

“Still Life,” “Ghosts” (short fiction), 2019, Harpur Palate Literary Journal 18.2
“Jump” (short fiction), 2019, Flash Fiction Magazine
June 12, 2009” (short memoir), 2019, Past-Ten Web Journal
“Not A Love Story” (short story ebook), 2014, Amazon
“Rain Would Come” (short story ebook), 2013, Amazon

Other Publications:
How To Fail At Vegan Cooking (mini-cookbook), 2020 Amazon
We Don’t Eat Animals (children’s picture book), 2020 Amazon

Writing Portfolio:
TJ Baer: Journo Portfolio

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