Profiles

Brooklyn Magazine // Whatever Happened to Kathleen Collins? // June 2017

Book Reviews

The Rumpus // Uncovering Buried Roots: Akwaeke Emezi’s Freshwater // February 2018

Feministing // Feministing Reads: Jessica Valenti’s Sex Object // July 2016

Feministing // Feministing Reads: Maggie Nelson’s The Red Parts: Autobiography of a Trial // April 2016

Feministing // Feministing Reads: Desiree Cooper’s Know the Mother // February 2016

Interviews

Shondaland // How to Become a Cannaisseur // April 2018

GQ // Tunde Wey Wants His Food to Change the Way We Talk About Inequality // March 2018

The Paris Review Daily // If I Can’t Cry, Nobody Cries: An Interview with Tayari Jones // February 2018

Shondaland // Tough Love With bell hooks // December 2017

Hazlitt // ‘Being Alone is Fundamental and Central to Being Human’: An Interview with Ayobami Adebayo // November 2017

Hazlitt // ‘I’m Writing for Everybody Else, Too’: An Interview with Jesmyn Ward // November 2017

Hazlitt // ‘There Are Universal Human Roots for Every Problem’: An Interview with Zinzi Clemmons // August 2017

The Rumpus // Where You Put It On The Line: A Conversation with Mychal Denzel Smith // May 2017

Hazlitt // ‘When You’re Writing, Everything is in Retrospect’: An Interview with Durga Chew-Bose // March 2017

The Rumpus // The Rumpus Interview with Roxane Gay // January 2017

The Rumpus // The Rumpus Interview with Brit Bennett // October 2016

The Rumpus // The Rumpus Interview with Yaa Gyasi // July 2016

Personal Essays

New York Times // Metropolitan Diary: Dog With a Secret // April 2018

The Rumpus // What I’m Really Saying // November 2017

AC Voice // Whose Lives Matter? // December 2014

Fiction

Circus Magazine // You Call Yourself a Feminist // Fall 2014