Emily U. Hashimoto is a writer from the suburbs of New Jersey. She’s a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in women’s & gender studies, and her M.S. in Information Science from Pratt Institute. She’s received fellowships from VONA and Queer Arts.
Her first novel (Feminist Press, September 2020) follows two queer women of color over the course of thirteen years as they grow away from and towards each other.
Her nonfiction writing has appeared in The Rumpus and Bitch Magazine, centering feminist critiques and queer narratives.
She lives in New York with her wife and child.
You can find her at emilyhash.com or @emilyhash.
Beyonce, and playlists of the sounds of ocean waves
Killing Eve, The Good Place, Shrill, Pen15, and The Great British Bake Off
When Katie Met Cassidy, Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls, I Like to Watch, When Brooklyn Was Queer, and Her Body and Other Parts