Dale Corvino has written essays on Marilyn Monroe, Blondie, and kink. His short fiction has appeared in Ovunque Siamo, Jonathan, and Chelsea Station, and his creative nonfiction in Carte Blanche (CA) and the anthology Queers Around the World. He’s participated in live storytelling (RISK!), received the 2015 Christopher Hewitt Award for Fiction, and was a finalist in the 2017 Saints and Sinners Short Fiction contest. Upcoming publications include a contribution to Volume 2 of Sex Work and Society from Harrington Park Press, a reflection on one of New York City’s earliest AIDS diagnoses for A&U Magazine, and the chapbook Worker Names from Gertrude Press.