Los Angeles Review of Books
M. Buna interviews me about my new book, The Shape of Sex: Nonbinary Gender from Genesis to the Renaissance.
New Books Network
You can listen to me talk about The Shape of Sex, on this podcast hosted by Leo Valdes.
People interviews me about my photo series "In the Age of Mechanical Reproduction."
The New York Times
I'm interviewed for "Why Doesn't Anyone Want to Live in this Perfect Place?" about the history of womyn's lands (lesbian intentional communities).
PhMuseum: 10 Photographers To Discover On Mother’s Day
I'm proud to announce that a photo from my new series is featured in the Eye Mama Project and book, showcasing photos by those who identify as mothers.
The re-imagination of masculinity: of visions of fatherhood that allow for loving touch, and care. The affirmation of LGBTQ identities: of their existence and legitimacy, in a moment where the US legislation attacks and limits the expression of queer and trans experience. This photo of Leah DeVun’s partner, a transgender father, and their son, bears the hope for a different present and the struggles of an ongoing fight - but most of all, it carries one certainty: the need for LGBTQ families to be pictured and seen.
JF. Pierets talks to me about lesbian photography, the history of communes, and utopian visions of the future.
History of sexuality blog Notches interviews me about nonbinary sex, Adam and Eve, and the gender of Jesus.
Additional Press and Scholarship
Lisa L. Moore, “Safe Space, Silo Storage: Outhouse with a View: Lesbian Garden History,” in Queering the Interior, ed. Andrew Gorman-Murray and Matt Cook (London: Bloomsbury Press, 2018), 117-29.
Sara Coughlin, “Ehrlich und ungeschönt: Diese Fotoszeigen dieSeite des Stillens, über die keiner spricht,” Huffington Post (Germany)(July 19,2017).
“Maszynydo karmienia - tak wyglądają młode matki w obiektywie tejfotografki. Cozaaparatura,” Gazeta.pl (March 14, 2017).
Valerie Siebert, "Powerful photo series shows mothers," Daily Mail (March 8, 2017).
Lisa L. Moore,“Women’s Land as Garden History: Art, Activism, and Lesbian Spaces,” in Disciples of Flora: Gardens in History and Culture, ed. Victoria Emma Pagán, Judith W. Page, Brigitte Weltman-Aron (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015), 21-30.
Risa Puleo, “New Territories of Queer Separatism,” Art Papers (March/April 2015): 46-9.
Nicole Dissner, “Feminist Punk Panel Talks Zines, Radical Politics, and Race,” NYMag.com (March 16, 2015).
Gwendolyn Beetham,“The Academic Feminist: Leah DeVun on Feminist Art and Womyn’s Lands,” Feministing.com (March 24, 2014).
Andrew Russeth et al., “Eight Things to do in New York’s Art World Before March 30,” Gallerist (March 24, 2014).
Anthea Black, “No Quaint Past: An Interview with Leah DeVun on Photography, Land Dykes, and their Architectures,” No More Potlucks 31 (2014).
Artist Portfolio, “Habitat,” Invisible City 8(2014).
Artist Portfolio,“Masculine,” Capricious 14 (2013).
Emily Messer, “Gallery Stroll,” San Antonio Express-News (January 16, 2011).
“Critic’s Pick: Art Opening: Leah DeVun and Sarah Sudhoff: Femininity Constructed,” San Antonio Current (January 6, 2011).
Laura Grace Hamer, “Leah DeVun: Women and their Work, Austin,” Artlies: A Contemporary Art Quarterly (July 1, 2010).
Clare Croft, “Our Hands on Each Other: Exploring Feminism, ‘Queerness’ Leads Artist to ‘Womyn’s Lands’ in Mississippi,” Austin American-Statesman (June 27, 2010).
Katie Anania, “Critics’ Pick: Leah DeVun and Levi Dugat,” Artforum (October 13, 2009).
Wayne Alan Brenner,"New American Talent: TheTwenty-Fourth Exhibition," Austin Chronicle (August 7, 2009).