Selected Writing

Landscape from a Dream 1936-8 by Paul Nash 1889-1946

Waking Life, Lapham’s Quarterly

Bombs AwayBombs Away, The Baffler

05-page-aix-en-provence-france-los-angeles-sketchbook_0.jpgExtreme Times Call for Extreme Heroines: Betye Saar Fights on at 93, Art & Object

ballooninset2.jpgHot-Air War Machine, Lapham’s Quarterly 

MULLEIN.jpgConcrete Jungle: NYC’s thriving transplants, Perfect Strangers

Atlantic-City-Cover-720x575.jpgA Photographer Sees a Prophecy of Trump’s America in Atlantic City, Hyperallergic

MVIMG_20190524_154946.jpgWhy Splattering Eggs on a Museum’s Walls with Other Women Was So Satisfying, Hyperallergic

1.Tania-Candiani-_Pulso-720x291 (1).jpgDeveloping a Collective Language of Resistance Across the Centuries, Hyperallergic

dickey-HEADER_2580-1600x646The Parachuting Female Photojournalist Who Dove Into War Headfirst, Narratively

The Black Shawl (oil on canvas, 1917)The Undiscussed Sexual Exploitation Buried in Matisse’s Odalisque Paintings, Hyperallegric 

NEW-jazzsinger_HEADER_2580-1600x646.jpgThis Black Woman Was Once the Biggest Star in Jazz. Here’s Why You’ve Never Heard of Her, Narratively

12. Rasheed_Private Pool 2Swimming in Gaza: The power of taking to water in a war zone, Lacuna Magazine

WeedsWillSaveTheWorld_ThePlanthunter_Feature1-1200x515Weeds Might Save the World, The Planthunter

050818_JBascom_2T0A0114Tapestries that Mend the Divides Between Mexico and the US, Hyperallergic

img_20180701_135937.jpg‘City Dreams,’ MoMA’s First Solo Exhibition by a Black African Artist, OkayAfrica

Imarhan Are Pushing the Boundaries of Desert Rock, OkayAfrica

Dirty Art: Residencies Down on the Farm, Bizarre Culture

The Remarkable and Polyglot Design Legacy of Ilonka Karasz, Hyperallergic