Selected Editing

Assistant Editor, Los Angeles Review of Books (2019 – Present)

An Actor Lost in the Background by Andrew Fedorov
Systems of Philosophy: On Robert Brandom’s A Spirit of Trust by Crispin Sartwell
Civilization and Its Stuff: On Kyle Chayka’s The Longing for Less: Living with Minimalism by Stuart Whatley
The Art and Artifice of Remembering in Steve Fagin’s The Batista Syndrome by Susannah Rodríguez Drissi
Studies in Silence: On Szilárd Borbély’s Final Matters: Selected Poems, 2004–2010 by Carla Baricz
A Bid for History: On Leah Price’s What We Talk About When We Talk About Books by Colton Valentine
Our Memories, Ourselves: On Indelible in the Hippocampus: Writings from the Me Too Movement by Yxta Maya Murray
In Your Loss of Time I Found All of Myself Included: On Naja Marie Aidt’s When Death Takes Something from You Give It Back by Nathan Scott McNamara
Can Words Help Heal a Fractured Nation?: A Visit to the Jaipur Literature Festival by Parul Kapur Hinzen
Making Kin: An Interview with Donna Haraway by Steve Paulson
It Won’t Love You Back: An Interview with Maria Tumarkin by Mireille Juchau
Behind the Celluloid Dream: A Conversation with Shawn Levy by Sarah Cozort
In the Margins: A Conversation with Kate Zambreno by Sara Black McCulloch
Going Toward What Glows: An Interview with Ben Folds by Emily Sernaker
Bending Toward Justice: A Conversation with Simon Tam by David Breithaupt
Incremental Losses: A Conversation with Masha Tupitsyn by Sara Black McCulloch

Assistant Interviews Editor, Asymptote Journal (2020 – Present)

Not Strictly a Serial Killer: An Interview with Carlos Busqued by Samuel Rutter

Editor, Unlocking Key & Peele (2020)

Of “Nooice” and Men: The Story of Male Rivalry, Deconstructed by Marina Newman
A Seductive and Tainted Utopia: The Dark Comedy of “Negrotown” by Jacqueline Ghosh
Life, A Crashing Symphony: The Strange and Perfect Soundscapes of Key & Peele by Sam Levin
The Lessons of Mr. T: The Power and Sorrows of a Cultural Icon by Monica De Loera
The High Anxiety of “High on Potenuse”: Why We Laugh at a Comic’s Worst Nightmare by Kabir Rao
Trapped on the Mattress of Solitude: The Tragicomedy of Wendell Sanders by Sheena Horiki
Racial Authenticity and Racial Capitalism: The Dual Meanings of “Dueling Hats” by Irving Santana
Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered: The Straight American Family in “Gay Wedding Advice” by Leah Augustine Whang
When Cheery Synth-Pop Meets Chilling Suspense: “Aerobics Meltdown” and the Art of Sound Design by Yunling Wang
“One at a Time”: A Send-Up of Les Mis and Its Contrivances by Pourobee Saha
“I Calls ‘Em Like I Sees ‘Em”: Sports Media and its Racial Blindspots by Desi Carrasco
The Incorrigible Mr. Garvey: “Substitute Teacher” and the Farce of Educational Inequality by Hecong Qin
Unzipping Female Rivalry: How “Fight Prep” Reveals the Codes of Gender by Mallika Chennupaty

Editor-in-Chief, Caliber Magazine (2018 – 2020)

But Is It Poetry? by Charlie Tidmarsh
Miko Fogarty Is Finally Free by Michelle Park
The Noose of College Debt by Victoria Mariolle
Unwellbutrin: Taking Medication for My Mental Illness by Salwa Meghjee