Flash Fiction

In Person  published by Five on the Fifth

Children's Lit

The Isle of Tutti Fruity  published by Charge Magazine
A short story entitled
was performed as part of the Town Hall Theatre Co.'s Lit Up Community Series
Creative Non-Fiction: ​

Hybrid Non-Fiction piece "All I Needed for 2018 Was a Heart and Knife Emoji" which explores the volatile 2018 in both the personal and public arenas.

Critical Essays and Reviews: ​
Critical Essay entitled "Still Playing the Girl" on women's art, inclusion in the cannon, and the way forward. 
Book review of Why We Swim by Bonnie Tsui. 
Book review of Black Card by Chris L. Terry. 
Book review/Reading review of A Lucky Man by Jamel Brinkley
Book review of The Houseguest by Amparo Dávila (translated Audrey Harris & Matthew Gleeson)
Book review of The Condition of Secrecy by Inger Christensen (translated by Susanna Nied)
Book review of White Dancing Elephants by Chaya Bhunaveswar’s 
Book review of The Mutual UFO Network by Lee Martin.
Book review of Dark Chains by Latasha "Tacha" B. Braxton. 
Book review of True Love by Micah Perks
Book review of All  You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung.
Book review of Vanishing Twins by Leah Dieterich.
Book review of Woman, Running Late, in a Dress by Dallas Woodburn. 
Book review of The Library by Stuart Kells.
Book review of The Flicker of Old Dreams by Susan Henderson.
Book review of The Wrong Way To Save Your Life by Megan Stielstra

Interview with Vikram Paralkar about his latest book Night Theater. 

Interview with Karen Rinaldi about her latest book (It's Great to) Suck at Something

Interview with MK Czerwiec about Graphic Medicine. 

Interview with Susan Straight about her memoir In the Country of Women and a lifetime of writing. 

Interview with Carl Shuker about his latest novel A Mistake. 

Interview with Peter Houlahan about Norco '80 , his true-crime book about the most notorious bank robbery in Southern California history. 

Interview with Chaya Bhunaveswar about her collection of short stories White Dancing Elephants. 
Interview with Karen E. Bender about her latest collection, writing, editing, and teaching. 
Interview with Ben Blatt about his book Nabokov’s Favorite Word Is Mauve