Introduction (2-3 lines)
Nomy Lamm is a writer, musician, voice teacher and recent filmmaker, living in San Francisco. She is an advisory board member and performer with Sins Invalid, a project that centers voices of queers and people of color with disabilities, creating work around disability, sexuality, social justice and embodiment.
Her writing has been featured in magazines including Make/Shift, Ms., and Seventeen, and in anthologies including Listen Up: Voices from the Next Feminist Generation, Word Warriors: 35 Women Leaders in the Spoken Word Revolution, and Fist of the Spiderwoman: Tales of Fear and Queer Desire. She has released two solo albums (Anthem and Effigy) and co-wrote, co-produced and performed in The Transfused, a post-apocalyptic rock opera. She teaches voice lessons and creative writing workshops, and just finished writing an experimental novel called 515 Clues.