Alan Michael Williams is a scholar and creative writer with research interests in queer and feminist theory, critical race theory, new media and the transpacific (Asian/American studies). He is currently a PhD student in the Department of English at the University of Washington.
His early work is focused at the intersection of US LGBT politics, identity and conservative religion. In 2009 he released Ockham's Razor, a gay Mormon novel.
More recently, he has written on yaoi or boys' love (a Japanese feminist-queer multimedia genre). His current dissertation project investigates queer critique in the context of US, Japanese and other imperialisms in the transpacific.