"Dancing in the Dark: Queer History is Often Presented as a Series of Dour Protests. But Fun Was Just as Important" (March 2018) 


LA Weekly

"One of Muralist Barbara Carrasco's Works was Nearly Censored for Being Sexist" (October 2017)

"Rejected People Find a Home in the Paintings of Lezley Saar" (November 2017)



Art Oasis, Palm Springs (Cover Story, February 2017)

When South Met West: a Conversation with Sunnylands' Anne Rowe (February 2017)

Hail Poetry: Ugo Rondinone on John Giorno (June/July 2017)

On Prose and Provenance: a Conversation with Sotheby's director of book sales, Peter Selley (June/July 2017)

A Conversation with Ella Fontanals-Cisneros (May 2017)

Mise-en-Scéne: Photo L.A. preview (February 2017)



Trump Threatens the NEA (January 2017)

A Conversation with Holly Hughes (February 2017)

Divided States of America at the LGBT Center, a Conversation with Alison Gingeras (February 2017)

Plastic Jesus and the Crucifixion of Kanye West (March 2017)

Women x Women Responds to Art World's Age Old Woman Problem (May 2017)



Review: Mary Dewitt at the Painted Bride Gallery (Modern Painters, March 2017)

Leaf Talks Female Empowerment, Musical Identity and Alessia Cara (Rock on Philly, January 2016)

A Diversifying Los Angeles Breathes New Life into the City's Jazz Culture (USC Annenberg, Neon, August 2017)

Frank Lloyd Wright and the Confused Sense of Place (Ampersand, October 2017)

Baltimore Duel Personality Musician is a Tour-de-Force (Thalo, March 2014)

Remembering David Bowie, Quintessential Outsider (Rock on Philly, January 2016)

Book Review: Bully Puplit by Kim Bridgford (Poets' Quarterly, July 2013)