All publications

Curio Cabinet Magazine: “To be Perceived”

Little Somethings Press: “You Have a Pre-Paid Call”

Ten Dollar Books blog

Girltalk blog

Read or Die book blog

Fck Prison posts

The Red Wheelbarrow 13th Edition: Men Follow Me to My Car in the Dark

Ten Dollar Books: FEM

blog: FEM introduction (book excerpt)


Writing in a Woman’s Voice: “Pregnant in Grad School”

RWB Workshop Poem of the Week: “Dirty Money”

Diary as Literature: Through the Lens of Multiculturalism: “Worth Writing About:” Lil Wayne’s Jail Journal Gone Til November

RWB Workshop Poem of the Week: “Carrie’s Blood”

blog: Environmental Violence: On Air Conditioning and Corporeal Confinement

Amazon: Abandonment Issues paperback

blog: Abandonment Issues (book excerpt)

Pretty Progressive: 3 Life Changing Books to Guide Your Feminist Parenting (#3 is mine)

Rasmussen College Magazine: The Pros and Cons of Getting a Master’s Degree (featured in the continued education section)

Inside Higher Ed: Needed: More Reading in First-Year Writing

The Red Wheelbarrow 12th Edition: Paying 4 It

Fupping: 6 Revealing Books About Human Trafficking (#1 & 2 are mine)

Fupping: 13 Universally Loved Books Everyone Should Read (#1 one is mine)

The Chronicle of Higher Education: What I’m Reading: “Book Breaking and Book Mending”

Best Life Online: 10 Signs Your Crush Isn’t Into You (3 are mine)

Montclair Book Center: Back Like I Never Left

Amazon: Back Like I Never Left paperback

The Jellyfish Review: Repeat Visitor

Amazon: Back Like I Never Left ebook

Ploughshares blog: Reading bill bissett

blog: Not Your Babymother (book excerpt)

blog: (De)Criminalizing Teen Girls in Sister Souljah’s The Coldest Winter Ever (edited version)

Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy: Race, (In)Justice, and the Prison Industrial Complex in Sister Souljah’s The Coldest Winter Ever

blog: Watch the Signs (edited version)

blog: Seeing American Bodies at Newark Museum

blog: Washington Street Live

blog: “Into the Past” Review

Brick City Live: Don’t be a victim-blamer: Michael Brown, carjacking, and the Newark Civilian Complaint Review Board

Brick City Live: ‘Old in Art School’ by Nell Painter

Ploughshares blog: Nabokovian Desire in Sex Me: Confessions of Daddy’s Little Freak

Brick City Live: The Girls Club Journal: Beauty Unmasked Review

The Financial Diet: A Man Paid $500 to Date Me — Here’s How I Spent It

Inside Higher Ed: Peer Review, Reviewed

Brick City Live: The Prize and the Police

Brick City Live: Men challenging toxic masculinity at Newark Public Library

Brick City Live: Open Mic at Blueprint Cafe

Brick City Live: Reading “Children of Blood and Bone” for People’s Book Club

Brick City Live: Monk Inyang unveils urban fantasy novel set in Newark for middle school-aged kids

Brick City Live: Jerry Gant Sets the Tone at 360 Poetry Night

Ploughshares blog: Boredom in Lil’ Wayne’s Gone til November

Brick City Live: Conversing with Martyrs in Serron Green’s Index Art Center Exhibit, U.S. vs US

Brick City Live: Ceaphas Stubbs’ “Phantom Limb” at Robeson Galleries

Inside Higher Ed: Teaching through Tutoring

Brick City Live: What’s “good,” who’s “bad” and what it means for Newark

The Millions: Working from Home (with a kid)

Brick City Live: Stop Telling Women to Smile in Newark

Brick City Live: Young women staged a play at NJPAC I didn’t know my teen self needed

Book Riot: When the Movie is Different from the Book

Brick City Live: Chaos and Candy at the Comedy of (Jersey) Errors

Brick City Live: First Poems and First Kisses at People’s Open Mic

Brick City Live: Freeloading: Art and life in (and around) Newark

Book Riot: How Do You Get Over a Book Hangover?

Book Riot: Having a Preference on the Shape of Books

Book Riot: On Books that Started as Blogs

Book Riot: Books Borrowed and Never Returned

Book Riot: What to Read When You’re Expecting

Book Riot: On Reading Prison Writing: Where to Find it and What to Read

Book Riot: Read Harder 2018: Books Set in or About 1 of the 5 BRICS Countries

Inside Higher Ed: Teaching Rereading

Brick City Live: Watch the Signs

Book Riot: Donate Books to People in Prison

Book Riot: Overdue Library Books in Life and on Television

Book Riot: Trump’s Name in Pre-2016 Books

Book Riot: On Being Forced to Read

Book Riot: Raising a Reader

Book Riot: Broke and Moving with Books

Brick City Live: Voting Uncomfortably: New Jersey Voters Should Take Nothing for Granted

Book Riot: The Rabbit Hole or How I’m Finding New Books

The Millions: A Matter of Survival: On the Value of Fashion in Literature

Book Riot: Ode to Library Holds

Book Riot: Exploring the Art of the Short Story through Murakami’s The Strange Library

Book Riot: A Case for Lower Case L Literature

Book Riot: Unreading a Poem

Flash Fiction Magazine: Off the Menu

Shakespeare Bulletin: Measure for Measure by Fiasco Theater