Diana Cage is deeply committed to interdisciplinary inquiry. Her work examines radical forms of family and collective care, reproductive justice, and intersections of race/ethnicity and gender in care work. Cage’s academic interests include feminist science and technology studies, public health, health equity, critical race studies, queer theory, the sociology of gender, and the history of sexuality. She is the author of six books, including the Lambda Award winning The Lesbian Sex Bible (Quiver, 2014). In addition to writing and scholarly work, Cage works with What Would an HIV Doula Do?, a collection of artists, activists, and scholars joined in response to the ongoing AIDS crisis. She holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University.