|Ochs, Robyn. Rowley, Sarah E. (eds.), Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World, (2nd edition). Short personal essays written by people in 42 countries, ranging in age from 15 to 79.
Ochs, Robyn. (ed), Bisexual Resource Guide. Five editions of this book were published between 1995 and 2002. An annotated bibliography of books with bisexual characters and/or content. Out of print.
Ochs, Robyn. Michael J. Murphy (co-authors), "Beyond Binaries: Seeing Sexual Diversity in the Classroom." Activities for Teaching Gender and Sexuality in the University Classroom, ed. Michael J. Murphy and Elizabeth Ribarsky. Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2013, pp. 62-68.
|Ochs, Robyn. My Body, Myself, Bi Women, Fall 2006.
Ochs, Robyn. Married in Massachusetts: Two Years, Celebrating Equal Marriage, Jamaica Plain Gazette, April-July 2006. (PDF)
Ochs, Robyn. Family Ties: What I Want, Bi Women, Fall 2005.
|Letters To The Editor|
|Letter writing is, for me, a therapeutic art. There is so much dysfunction out there, and so many reasons to be enraged! Rather than bottling it up inside, I have taken to writing letters. I send them to my elected representatives, to local and national newspapers, and sometimes directly to the person(s) who are the subject(s) of my anger. Not all of my letters are angry. Sometimes I write letters expressing my joy and appreciation. Read some of my letters here >>|
|Robyn's writings have appeared in Sojourner, Gay Community News, Empathy, Gay People's Chronicle, Bi Women, In the Family, The Jamaica Plain Gazette, and many other bi publications.
To read some of Robyn's favorite soundbites, including her definition of bisexuality, go to Robyn's Words.