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Max Wolf Valerio (born February 16, 1957) is a poet, memoir writer, essayist and actor. He lives in San Francisco, California. He is ethnically Blackfoot (native American), Sephardic Jewish, and Northern European.
His memoirs and essays often focus on his experiences as a female-to-male transsexual.
- The Testosterone Files (Memoir, 2006)
- This Bridge We Call Home (Anthology, 2002)
- The Phallus Palace (Anthology, 2002)
- Male Lust (Anthology, 2000)
- This Bridge Called My Back (Anthology, 1981 [pre-transition])
- Unhung Heroes (Film, 2002)
- Gendernauts: A Journey Through Shifting (Documentary, 1999)
- Female Misbehavior (Documentary, 1992)
- Max Wolf Valerio at the Internet Movie Database
- "About the Authors." (Summer, 2003) blithe house quarterly
- "Max Wolf Valerio." (January 16, 2006) The Other Voices International Project.
- Flam, Faye (April 24, 2006). "She took the Testosterone Road to Manhood." Philadelphia Inquirer Retrieved April 30, 2006.
- Max Wolf Valerio's GooglePage
- The First Steps -- Max Wolf Valerio's blog
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