- “Plant People, An Anthology of Environmental Artists.” Plants & Poetry Journal, Fall 2021. Featuring An Extraordinarily Condensed Excerpt from Jane Marchant’s Encyclopedia of Botany.
- “Text / Form.” The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY. July 2021. Creative performance and presentation from An Extraordinarily Condensed Pocket Encyclopedia of Botany of the San Francisco Bay Area.
- “Creative Publishings: An Online Exhibition.” The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY. July 2021. Excerpt from An Extraordinarily Condensed Pocket Encyclopedia of Botany of the San Francisco Bay Area, including six plates combing prose, press flowers, and silver gelatin prints.
- “Inside Grants and Fellowships,” Gotham Writers’ Inside Writing Podcast. Season Three, Episode Ten, May 13, 2021. Panel discussion on how writers can prepare for applications processes.
- “Presenting the Finalists for the 2021 PEN America Literary Awards,” The Paris Review, February, 2021. Introductory essay announcing the Finalists and importance of reading their stories.
- “Writing as Medicine with Sandra Cisneros and Jane Marchant,” The PEN Pod, February 2021. Conversation for PEN America’s podcast defining literary excellence.
- “The PEN Ten: An Interview with Katherine Seligman,” PEN.org, January 2021. Interview with Katherine Seligman, author of At the Edge of the Haight (Algonquin Books).
- “Scrubbing Bubbles.” Facility: A Magazine about Bathrooms. Issue One, Fall, 2019. Essay structured to imitate water droplets on tile. Poetic discussion of skin tone, cleanliness, passing, bleaching, and internalized racism.
- “The State of the Union: A PhotoNovella of American Politics, Parts One, Two, and Three.” Columbia Journal Online, May/June 2018. Three-part 35mm reportage of the 2017 Inauguration of Donald J. Trump, the Women’s March on Washington, and the 2018 Women’s Marches in Oakland and San Francisco. Combined photographs and prose into panels for scrolled-viewing as a digital book. Part collage, part memoir, part manifesto.
- “The Beginnings.” Apogee, January 2018. A lyric essay utilizing a balance of tone, research, reiteration, and wordplay to tell a complex and living tale of race, gender, and family secrets.
- “The Beiging of America: Personal Narratives about Being Mixed Race in the Twenty-First Century.” 2Leaf Press (June 2017). Anthologized “A Century of Progress.”
- “A Century of Progress: Uncovering the story of a grandmother’s racial passing and its effect on following generations.” Guernica/A Magazine of Global Art & Politics, June 2016. Utilized reportage, photographs, and archival research to build narrative.
- “Travelers on Spaceship Earth: An interview with Columbia Professor Mike Massimino, former NASA astronaut.” Columbia Science Review, print, Fall 2015. Conducted in-person interviews and technical research to write about seven-layered-spacesuits, holes in gloves while repairing Hubble, outer space bathrooms, and window-gazing at fishing ships off the coast of Japan.
- “22 Photographs for Freddie Gray that Got Me Arrested,” Buzzfeed Community, May 2015. 35mm black-and-white photo essay on the march in remembrance of Freddie Gray and mass arrests by NYPD.
- “The Most Successful Mistake.” Columbia Daily Spectator, February 2014. My undergraduate divorce.