Essays

On Joan Didion & Being Serious (LA Review of Books, 2021)
The Unwinnable Paradox of Before and After Instagram Accounts (Bitch, 2021)
The Weird, Winding History of Blue Drinks, a.k.a. the Drinks I Love Most (Bon Appétit, 2021)
How Vlogging Is Empowering a New Generation of Stutterers (Catapult, “dis/fluent,” 2021)
Why Wouldn’t I Believe You?: On The Leftovers (Bright Wall/Dark Room, 2021; excerpted by RogerEbert.com)
Why Are Female Stutterers Such a Rarity in Literature? (Literary Hub, 2021)
On Brian Dillon & Affinity (LA Review of Books Blog, 2021)
On Ezra Edelman’s O.J.: Made in America (Wig-Wag Magazine, 2021)
Hacks and Girls5eva Show Women’s Passions Don’t Fade with Age (Bitch, 2021)
My Stutter Scared Me—Until I Found My Community (Catapult, “dis/fluent,” 2021)
My Dad Helped Carve Out a Place for Jack Crusher (StarTrek.com, 2021)
Confessions of a Covert Stutterer (Catapult, “dis/fluent,” 2021)
We Won’t Overcome: On Joe Biden, Stuttering, and “Overcoming” Disability (Bitch, 2020)
The National’s Anthem (LA Review of Books Blog, 2019)
The Remarkable Inconspicuousness of Michael Sheen (The Annex, 2018)

Reviews

Interviews

Denne Michele Norris Takes the Helm at Electric Literature (Publishers Weekly, 2021)
The Full Spectrum of Phrases: An Interview with Annie McDermott (Asymptote, 2021)
Claiming Our Untold Stories: Talking with Gina Frangello (The Rumpus, 2021)
To Make Sense, Against All Odds: An Interview with Connie Palmen (Asymptote, 2021)
It’s the Song One’s After: Alexander Booth on Translating Mayröcker (Asymptote, 2021)
A Fine Wind Between Truth & Fiction: An Interview with Yun Ko-Eun (Asymptote, 2021)
Pleasantly Odd Prose: An Interview with Kadare Translator John Hodgson (Asymptote, 2021)
Wild Women: An Interview with Aoko Matsuda and Polly Barton (Asymptote, 2020)
The Prolific Bricoleur: An Interview with Susannah Rodríguez Drissi (Asymptote, 2020)

Profiles & Reportage

How TikTok Makes Backlist Books into Bestsellers (Publishers Weekly, 2021)
Less Is More: The Evocative Film Posters of Akiko Stehrenberger (LA Review of Books, 2020)
The Online Pivot: Cultural Institutions Adjust to the New Reality (LA Review of Books, 2020)
Isa Mazzei is Done Hiding (Caliber Magazine, 2020)
Natalia Anciso Wears Her Art on Her Sleeve (Caliber Magazine, Issue 17, 2019)
Spanish in the Time of Xenophobia (Caliber Magazine, 2019)
Figures of Speech: A Spotlight on Cal Students Who Stutter (Caliber Magazine, 2017)