Milo Todd speaks on a range of queer and trans topics, including identity, history, and representation in literature and publishing. He has a passion for promoting other trans, non-binary, and queer authors in all stages of their careers.

  • Tips for Success as a Trans Fiction Writer
    Trans Club of New England (Remote)
    October 2020
    Register for this workshop through Trans Club of New England.
  • SpeakOUT: STAR Program Peer Counselor Training
    Brandeis University (Remote)
    September 2020
    This event is not open to the public.
  • LGBTQIA+ History and Language: What Editorial Professionals Need to Know
    Editorial Freelancers Association (Remote)
    September 2020
    Register for this workshop through EventBrite.
  • Writing Transgender Characters *COVID-19 Cancellation*
    The Muse & the Marketplace (Boston, MA)
    April 2020
  • Writing Beyond Binaries: A Trans and Non-Binary Panel
    The Boston Book Festival (Boston, MA)
    October 2019
    For audio recording, please click HERE.
  • The Lambda Literary Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices
    Otis College of Art and Design (Los Angeles, CA)
    August 2019
    For video recording, please click HERE.
  • Queery-ing: How to Snag an Agent as a Queer Author
    The Muse & the Marketplace (Boston, MA)
    April 2019
  • Queering the Canon
    The Boston Book Festival (Boston, MA)
    October 2018
    For audio recording, please click HERE.
  • SpeakOUT: How to Better Serve Transgender Callers in Crisis
    Samaritans (Boston, MA)
    May 2018
  • When the Universal is Just Mainstream: Writing Rules That Fail Queer Authors
    The Muse & the Marketplace (Boston, MA)
    April 2018
  • When the Universal is Just Mainstream: Writing Rules That Fail Queer Authors
    Berklee College (Boston, MA)
    March 2018
  • SpeakOUT: Queer Sex and Intimacy Discussion for Counselors
    The Watertown Center (Watertown, MA)
    January 2018
  • Queering Literature: A Pride Panel
    Trident Booksellers & Café (Boston, MA)
    June 2017
  • SpeakOUT: How to Better Serve Transgender Callers in Crisis
    Samaritans (Boston, MA)
    September 2017