Tucker Lieberman is a freelance philosopher and is the editor of Moral Relativism Magazine.
Places you may have seen his work
Essays in Anthologies: Included in six anthologies about gender - including a Lambda Literary Award winner in 2011 and finalist in 2012 - published by Jossey-Bass, Manic D Press, Seal Press, North Atlantic Books, and Wilgefortis.
Essays Elsewhere: Published in magazines including Zeek, Whosoever, American Atheist, Fresh Yarn, and (dis)Engaged Collective, and posted to Helium. Currently serving as Channel Manager for Helium's Historical Literature channel.
Poems: Snakeskin, Ariga, and Flutter
Book Reviews: Gay and Lesbian Review (2004), Archives of Sexual Behavior (2011), Positive Atheism
Conferences: Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy (Halifax, N.S., 2005)
Newspapers: Sudbury Town Crier (Sudbury, Mass.), Jewish Advocate (Boston, Mass.), Jewish Journal (North Shore, Mass.)
U.S. Army: The Leader, ROTC Leader's Training Course weekly newspaper (Fort Knox, Ky., 2004)
Editorial: Co-editor of Never Hit By Lightning (Lulu, July 2009)
Production: Co-organizer of TranScriptions, an open mic in Boston, from 2009-2010.
Awards: The 2002 Casey Shearer Memorial Award for Creative Nonfiction
Education: Philosophy at Brown University, 2002; Journalism at Boston University, 2005
More information about his publications
For anything related to Moral Relativism Magazine, please write to editor @ moralrelativism.com
Please note that this email address is not checked every day. You may expect a response to your submission within a couple weeks.
For everything else, write to tucker.lieberman @ gmail.com