Science Fiction and Utopias by Women, 1818-1949: A Chronology

Ambling Along the Aqueduct

The Monthly Aqueduct

Aqueduct Press

The Cascadia Subduction Zone

Essays and Notes

Essays, Notes, and Interviews

Armadillocon interview
Madeleine Rose Dimond and Christopher N. Brown interviewed L. Timmel Duchamp before a live audience at Armadillocon 37 on July 25, 2015.
Creating the "Second Self": Performance, Gender, and Authorship
The Matter of Tongues: L. Timmel Duchamp's WisCon 32 Guest of Honor Speech
The Prick of Political Imagination: on Writing The Red Rose Rages (Bleeding)
Carol Emshwiller: An Appreciation
That Only a Feminist: Reflections on Women, Feminism and Science Fiction, 1818-1960
for a genealogy of feminist sf
Science Fiction and Utopias by Women, 1818-1949: A Chronology
The Stories of Our Lives
a consideration of the plausibilities, possibilities, and politics of narrative
What Makes Fiction Hopeful?
a few thoughts on where hope is to be found
The Ministry of Whimsy Interview
in which L. Timmel Duchamp discusses her work
The Artist as a Young Girl
in which L.Timmel Duchamp meditates on passion and discipline, mastery and euphoria