By Mark Ambrose Harris | The Lost Boys November 11, 2011 at 7:48AM
I am a hustler of words living and writing in Montreal. I’m a regular contributor to Nightlife Magazine, Lickety Split Smut Zine, and 2B Magazine. My essay on pornographic audio “The Signal is Jammed” appears in the 2009 Arsenal Pulp Press anthology I Like it Like That. My work is also featured in Xtra, Cliteraturejournal, Empty Mirror Books, Subversions: Journal of Gender and Sexuality, Lambda Literary, and Broken Pencil Magazine. In grade six, all of the other boys dreamed of being hockey players, but I wanted to be Annie Lennox. Because of this, I often write about the intersections of music, desire, and identity. In the winter of 2007, I began the Sound Sex Project, an archival work that examines the kinds of music that people use during sex. I completed my M.A., My Body is a Mix Tape: Music and Desire in the Sound Sex Project, in the Media Studies program at Concordia University in 2008. I’m also interested in spiders and cephalopods, and to satiate my fauna fascination, I co-author the blog Running With Sharks. A comprehensive listing of my work is available at www.markambroseharris.blogspot.com.