Peg Tittle is the author of several novels: Gender Fraud: a fiction (Magenta, 2020), Impact (Magenta, 2020), It Wasn't Enough (Magenta, 2020), What Happened to Tom (Inanna, 2016), and Exile (Rock's Mills Press, 2018). Both Gender Fraud: a fiction and It Wasn't Enough were Category Finalists in the Eric Hoffer Book Award competition; What Happened to Tom is on goodreads' list of Fiction Books That Opened Your Eyes To A Social Or Political Issue.
Her screenplays (including What Happened to Tom and Exile) have placed in several competitions, including Moondance, Fade-In, GimmeCredit, WriteMovies, Scriptapalooza, and American Gem.
She has also written several nonfiction books: Just Think About It (Magenta); Sexist Shit that Pisses Me Off (Magenta); Critical Thinking: An Appeal to Reason (Routledge); Should Parents Be Licensed? Debating the Issues (Prometheus); What If? Collected Thought Experiments in Philosophy (Longman); Ethical Issues in Business: Inquiries, Cases, and Readings (Broadview).
She was a columnist for the Ethics and Emerging Technologies website for a year (her "TransGendered Courage” received 35,000 hits, making it #3 of the year, and her “Ethics without Philosophers” received 34,000 hits, making it #5 of the year), The Philosopher Magazine's online philosophy café for eight years, and Philosophy Now for two years. In addition, her short commentary pieces have also been published in Humanist in Canada, Links, Academic Exchange Quarterly, Inroads, Elenchus, South Australian Humanist Post, Forum, and The Humanist. Her longer pieces have appeared in Free Inquiry, The International Journal of Applied Philosophy, New Humanist, The New Zealand Rationalist and Humanist, Philosophy in the Contemporary World, Sexuality & Culture: an interdisciplinary journal. And she's had a list published at McSweeney's (“Why Feminist Manuscripts Aren’t Getting Published Today”). She now blogs (sporadically) at pegtittle.com and hellyeahimafeminist.com.
She has an M.A. in Philosophy, a B.Ed., and a B.A. in Literature, and has received over twenty Arts Council grants.