spacer about us Books Buy Published Work Events Contact

International Workers of Natural Foods Grocery Stores, Unite! South Seattle Emerald, August 2017

Station's Block Party Soars in Raucous Community Celebration, South Seattle Emerald, June 2017

WITS Voices: Reflections from Nathan Hale High School, WITS Blog, May 2017

How Mary Miller's Stories Demystify the White Working Class, Literary Hub, February 2017

A Millennial Democratic Socialist Buys a House, Salon, January 2017

On Stalkers, Being Stalked, and The Fall Guy by James Lasdun, Seattle Review of Books, December 2016

Claudia Rankine's Citizen and Gentrification, City Arts Magazine, May 2016

Review of Hardly War by Don Mee Choi, City Arts Magazine, April 2016

Maggie Nelson's Provocations, City Arts Magazine, January 2016

Against Where'd You Go, Bernadette, The Monarch Review, December 2015

Why Amazon Will Never Replace Public Libraries, Vice's Motherboard, November 2015

On Ben Lerner's 10:04, Heavy Feather Review, October 2015

13 Things I Learned Cooking for a Tech Company, Seattle Weekly,
September 2015

Review of Please Excuse This Poem, The Stranger, June 2015

On Gluten Intolerance and and Leslie Jamison's The Empathy Exams, Salon, February 2015

On Mary Miller's Big World, Los Angeles Review of Books, August 2014

On Mary Ruefle's Madness, Rack, and Honey, Fanzine, August 2013

On Ben Lerner's Leaving the Atocha Station, 3:AM Magazine, August 2013

Grief: A Beautiful Place to Visit, The Good Men Project, June 2013

Race in the Land of MFA, The Nervous Breakdown, May 2013

On Tom Bissell's Magic Hours, The Rumpus, August 2012

Facing Up to the ‘Face-to-Face’, The Nervous Breakdown, April 2012

A Rejoinder to Hate (or Why I Love The Rumpus), The Rumpus, February 2012

Escape to the Red States, Salon, January 2012

On John Cheever's Bullet Park, Bookslut, January 2012

The Devilishness of Idleness, The Rumpus, November 2011

Where I Write: Nowhere, Everywhere, The Rumpus, June 2011

Inequality, Solidarity, and Why Labor Still Matters in America, The Utopianist, June 2011

A Portland Couple Goes Organic Farming, The Oregonian, January 2011

Heart Healthy, The Rumpus, January 2011

Review: The Wilding, by Benjamin Percy, The Collagist, November 2010

Review: Cowboys Full: The Story of Poker, by James McManus, The Brooklyn Rail, March 2010

Review: Misadventure, by Millard Kaufman, Rain Taxi Review of Books, Winter 2010

Review: The Tyranny of E-mail, by John Freeman, The Brooklyn Rail, December 2009-January 2010

Call Me Naïve: A Love Letter, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2008

Bill Simmons and the New Sports Journalism, Pop Matters, October 2007

Opening Night, The Brooklyn Rail, March 2007

GO TO TOP