Selected Writing

Profiles, Interviews, & Reportage

Wild Women: An Interview with Aoko Matsuda and Polly Barton (Asymptote Journal, 2020)
The Prolific Bricoleur: An Interview with Susannah Rodríguez Drissi (Asymptote Journal, 2020)
Less Is More: The Evocative Film Posters of Akiko Stehrenberger (Los Angeles Review of Books, 2020)
The Online Pivot: California’s Cultural Institutions Adjust to the New Reality (Los Angeles Review of Books, 2020)
Isa Mazzei is Done Hiding (Caliber Magazine, Issue 19, 2020)
Natalia Anciso Wears Her Art on Her Sleeve (Caliber Magazine, Issue 17, 2019)
Q&A with Heather Christle: The Crying Book and a Nourishment from Sharing (ZYZZYVA, 2019)
Spanish in the Time of Xenophobia (Caliber Magazine, Issue 18, 2019)
Figures of Speech: A Spotlight on Cal Students Who Stutter (Caliber Magazine, Issue 15, 2017)

Reviews & Essays

Much, Much Love: On Etel Adnan & Lynn Marie Kirby’s Oracular Transmissions (Los Angeles Review of Books, 2020)
Wrapped in Plastic: On Courtenay Stallings’s Laura’s Ghost (Los Angeles Review of Books, 2020)
On Brian Dillon & Affinity (Los Angeles Review of Books Blog, 2021)
A Review of: Sasha Marianna Salzmann’s Beside Myself  (The Believer, 2020)
We Won’t Overcome: On Joe Biden, Stuttering, and “Overcoming” Disability (Bitch Magazine, 2020)
No Question, Seduced Is the Superior NXIVM Cult Docuseries (Bitch Magazine, 2020)
Tears, Idle Tears: On Heather Christle’s The Crying Book (Los Angeles Review of Books, 2019)
Unguilty Pleasures: On Emily Nussbaum’s I Like To Watch (Los Angeles Review of Books, 2019)
A Meander through a Singular Mind: On Love and I (ZYZZYVA, 2019)
The National’s Anthem (Los Angeles Review of Books Blog, 2019)
11 Months in Reading (Los Angeles Review of Books Blog, 2019)
On Shoes and Grief (Caliber, 2019)
Some Hours in L.A. (Caliber, 2019)
The Remarkable Inconspicuousness of Michael Sheen (The Annex, 2018)
An Answer to Inspiration Porn: On Vision Portraits (Nonfics, 2019)
This Is Not a Love Story: On Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love (Nonfics, 2019)
“She Doesn’t Need Us Anymore”: On Fleabag Season 2 (Los Angeles Review of Books Blog, 2019)
How Female Showrunners Are Changing TV (Women and Hollywood, 2019)
The Oscars Love Movies About Disability, Not Disabled Actors (Film School Rejects, 2018)
Why Women Directors Are Thriving on Television (Film School Rejects, 2018)

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