Me on the Interwebs and in print:
- Forthcoming articles and chapters for Library Juice Press, Oxford University Press, The Learned Fangirl, Disability in Kidlit, School Library Journal
- March 2017: My critical race theory class has a required blog, and my first post for it was about one of my favorite episodes of The X-Files
- March 2017: I wondered, at Paste, why we didn’t talk about the women of Bones more?
- March 2017: I got really tired of people whining about sensitivity readers, so I wrote this for The Establishment
- January 2017: A quick roundup/preview of some of the authors who will be at the Tucson Festival of Books; an interview with Eliot Schrefer; and an interview with Affinity Konar
- November 2016: Decolonizing Nostalgia: When Historical Fiction Betrays Readers of Color in the Nov/Dec 2016 issue of The Horn Book Magazine
- August 2016-present: I’m a contributor to the BNTeen blog
- June 2016: Tone Policing and Internalized Oppression in YA Fandom at The Learned Fangirl
- March 2016: An analysis of the bipolar disorder representation in Dia Reeves’ Bleeding Violet
- March 2016: The Racism of Awards “Merit” at The Establishment
- March 2016: A Highly Scientific Analysis of Sabrina Goes to Rome at Forever Young Adult
- Feburary 2016: You Don’t Show the Sweet Without the Bitter at School Library Journal
- January 2016: “Racism and Religious Hypocrisy On My Birthright Trip to Israel” at The Establishment
- December 2015: The lovely ladies of FYA invited me back to review the movie version of Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List
- Spring 2015-onward: Book reviews in The Horn Book Magazine and The Horn Book Guide.
- Winter 2014: Review of Global Voices for Reference and User Services Quarterly
- June 19, 2014: Review of I Lived on Butterfly Hill for Latin@s in Kidlit
- May 7, 2014: “Where are the people of color in dystopias?” on Lee & Low’s The Open Book
- March 20, 2014: Reviewed Death, Dickinson, and the Demented life of Frenchie Garcia for Forever Young Adult.
- June 2013: “Reality Check: Seeking Social Justice in a Library Career” in Voice of Youth Advocates Magazine
- July 19, 2013: Wrote an essay for Forever Young Adult.
- 2013-2015: I started writing about books and all things YA literary for the other YALSA blog, the Hub.
- April 22, 2013: My first peer-reviewed article was published! It’s called “This, That, Both, Neither: The Badging of Biracial Identity in Young Adult Realism.” It later won an award for YALSA’s best peer-reviewed paper of the year.
- January 23, 2012: My short story “Olivia” was published in the first issue of Sucker literary magazine, featuring new voices of YA lit.
- 2011-2013: I blogged once or twice monthly for the Young Adult Library Services Association Blog on research and other topics.
- August 21, 2011: “The first time I knew I was black” published on BRICKrhetoric.
- July 11, 2011: Swirl republished my blog post on biracial literature. Read it here.