Her essays have appeared in Vancouver Review, First Person Queer (Arsenal Pulp Press), Second Person Queer (Arsenal Pulp Press) and Visible: A Femmethology (Homofactus Press).
Her journalism has appeared in The Advocate, The Globe & Mail, WestEnder and Xtra.
Mette has an MFA in creative writing from UBC, writes a column called Not That Kind of Girl for Out Look Weekly (in Columbus, Ohio). She teaches four creative writing courses for the Continuing Studies Department at Langara College.
Karen X. Tulchinsky directed Mette Bach’s first screenplay, Ms. Thing, which screened at film festivals around the world. Daniella Sorrentino directed her second screenplay, Viral, which debuted at the 2011 Vancouver Queer Film Festival.
B.A.B.S. is Mette’s first short film that she directed. It also screened at the 2011 Vancouver Queer Film Festival and took home Out TV’s Hot Pink Shorts Audience Choice Award.
Off the Highway is her first book. Georgia Straight called it one of the best reads of 2010.