Here is a selection of interviews about my work, from various publications and websites. For podcast, radio and other broadcast appearances, please see the Audio/Visual section.
Better to be Bold (summer 2020)
A conversation with Mia Angelique about my writing, and positioning myself as a trans woman in journalism, for Worms magazine (print only).
The Exploding Appendix Questionnaire (28 May 2020)
An interview about my work, its intellectual influences, and its political context and aims.
Juliet Jacques on Suite (212) (29 April 2020)
In conversation with TANK magazine about my radio programme/podcast, ideas about cultural democracy and ‘elitism’, Corbyn’s Labour and the relationship between art and politics.
The I in Trans-Genre (February 2020)
Discussing life writing and Trans: A Memoir with Chiara Pellegrini for Transgender Studies Quarterly.
Surrey Transgender Author Shares Her Story (December 2019)
In conversation with RH Uncovered.
‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ (July 2019)
With Manca Bajec and Isobel Wohl for MAP magazine about the theme of the Venice Biennale of 2019.
‘People are intelligent, and we shouldn’t assume otherwise’ (18 March 2018)
With Jack Frayne-Reid for the New Socialist about my Resonance 104.4fm programme Suite (212), the concept of cultural democracy and the state of UK arts coverage.
The Momus Questionnaire (24 February 2017)
Answering questions set by musician Momus (Nick Currie) for Minor Literatures.
The Best Books on Autofiction (2016)
Discussing the boundaries between autobiography and fiction with Beatrice Wilford for Five Books.
‘All women’s bodies are politicised’ (8 December 2016)
With Rachel Parris for the Hackney Citizen.
Granta en Español issue 5 (November 2016)
In conversation with Veronica Scott Esposito about gender, technology and digital culture (print-only/Spanish).
‘Transgender author from Surrey ‘very proud’ to be shortlisted for prestigious book award’ (8 September 2016)
With Connie Rusk of Get Surrey, about Trans: A Memoir being shortlisted for the Polari First LGBT Book Award.
‘Being transsexual has politicised my creative work’ (28 May 2016)
Interview with Sophie Hemery of East End Review before my appearance at the philosophy festival HowTheLightGetsIn in Hay-on-Wye.
‘When a private trans archive becomes public art’ (5 May 2016)
Discussing the Art Gallery of Ontario’s use of photographs from the Casa Susanna archive in their collection with Leah Sandals for Canadian Art.
‘A Conversation on Digital Trans Identites’ (16 December 2015)
With Ellen Turner for Sang Bleu.
‘Transition makes things easier, but it doesn’t fix everything’ (11 October 2015)
Interview with Frankie Mullin about Trans: A Memoir for Salon.
Juliet Jacques Carves Out Her Own Space in ‘Trans: A Memoir‘ (3 October 2015)
In conversation with Tasbeeh Herwees for Vice.
‘Men get more freedom’: Women and memoir writing (28 September 2015)
With Dawn Foster for Open Democracy, discussing Trans: A Memoir and life writing.
‘Juliet Jacques by Rebekah Weikel’ (23 September 2015)
In conversation with Rebekah Weikel of Penny-Ante Press about Trans: A Memoir for BOMB magazine.
Trans Historical Narratives (22 September 2015)
Talking about trans life writing, history and politics with Hannah Gregory for The New Inquiry.
Beyond the Trans Memoir (14 September 2015)
Discussing Trans: A Memoir with Veronica Scott Esposito (LitHub).
Night Drive by The Chromatics (June 2015)
Talking about the Chromatics’ 2007 LP with Martin Fitzgerald (RAM Album Club).
Navadila sem se, da sem izobčenka (4 March 2014) [Slovenian]
Interview with Neža Prah for Slovenian newspaper Delo.
The Heroines of My Life (25 January 2014)
Conversation with Monika Kowalska about trans writing and representation.
Queer cinema, trans politics and the films of Jack Smith and Rosa von Praunheim (7 April 2013)
In conversation with Bradley Tuck for One+One magazine.