Milo Todd is a writer, editor, and educator.
His fiction focuses on trans and queer history, with additional works on the trans experience and the trans body. His fiction has appeared in Foglifter Journal, Home is Where You Queer Your Heart (Foglifter Press), and Emerge: The 2019 Lambda Fellows Anthology (Lambda Literary Press). His other works have appeared on Writer Unboxed, Dead Darlings, GrubWrites, and Everyday Feminism, among others.
Milo was selected as a 2020 Pitch Wars Mentee and a 2019 Lambda Literary Fellow in Fiction for his novel Downhead (formerly Snuff) and received a fellowship to attend the Lambda Literary Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices. He was additionally invited to attend the 2021 Tin House Winter Workshop and received a Monson Arts residency.
Milo is an instructor at GrubStreet, where he teaches courses on fiction, the novel, and trans and non-binary representation in literature. He is an alum of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator Program, where he received a Pechet Fellowship for his novel The Falcon of Doves. He has been on the selection committee for the Novel Incubator Program and the Bisexual Book Awards, as well as a guest editor in fiction for Foglifter Journal.
He is a speaker on writing, inclusion, and the queer and trans experience. Milo has presented regularly at the Boston Book Festival and The Muse & The Marketplace. He curates Writing Beyond Binaries, a panel series celebrating trans and non-binary writers’ experiences in various stages of their careers.
He consults on fiction manuscripts and transgender inclusion in the classroom.