Amy R. Marsh has spent her whole life reading fairy tales and fantasy novels, but only the last decade and a half working as a sexologist and hypnotist. She lives quietly but restlessly with four cats. So now you know.
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Marsh, Amy. 2017. I Was a Hybrid in a Black Brassiere. (Poems). Self-published. MagCloud.
Marsh, Amy. 2014. Sex Squicks & 100 Other Things You Didn’t Know About Sex (Love’s Outer Limits #1). Sizzler Editions.
Book Chapters and Encyclopedic Entries
Marsh, Amy. 2014. “Penis Slang and Invective.” In M. Kimmel, A. Kennedy, and C. Milrod, eds. Cultural Encyclopedia of the Penis. Lanham, MD: Alta Mira Press.
Marsh, Amy. 2014. “Hypnotizing the Penis.” M. Kimmel, A. Kennedy, and C. Milrod, eds. Cultural Encyclopedia of the Penis. Lanham, MD: Alta Mira Press.
Marsh, Amy. 2014. “Penile Gastronomy.” M. Kimmel, C. Milrod, and A. Kennedy eds. Cultural Encyclopedia of the Penis. Lanham, MD: Alta Mira Press.
Marsh, Amy. 2011. “Kid Chrysalis.” In R. Pepper, ed. inTransitions of the Heart—Stories of Love, Struggle, and Acceptance by Mothers of Transgender and Gender Variant Children. San Francisco: Cleis Press.
Marsh, Amy. 2011. “Le’ale’a O Na Poe Kahiko—Joy of the People of Old Hawai’i.” Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality. Vol. 14.*
Marsh, Amy. 2010. “Love Among the Objectum Sexuals.” Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality. Vol. 13.**
* This student work is flawed according to current and hopefully future understanding of the negative impact of Western colonial scholarship on native peoples and cultures. It was reviewed by several cultural practitioners as it was written, but my/our understanding of such matters, including issues of representation, has evolved and must continue to evolve. I apologize for my part in perpetuating this, and only include mention of this work for the sake of honesty, not as endorsement.
**General article based on non-scientific survey.