Consider the Butt Paris Review Daily, September 16, 2019 On corporate butts, vegetal smells, and the utility of shame
Horse Girl The Believer, Feb/March 2019 On Misty of Chincoteague, Saltwater Cowboys, and the transcendent power of loving ponies
A Beginner's Guide to Fly Fishing with Your Father Longreads, June 15 2018 On chocolate-chip pancakes, A River Runs Through It, and discovering gender (Notable Mention in Best American Essays 2019 and Best American Sports Writing 2019)
The Jumpsuit That Will Replace All Clothes Forever Paris Review Daily, March 2018 On clothing, capitalism, political art, and utopias
American Sounds Paris Review Daily, July 2017 On the old, weird days of National Public Radio.
Review: Brave Beautiful Outlaws Columbia Journal, February 22, 2019 On photography and queer family
A Review of: Race and Revolution: Reimagining Monuments The Believer Logger, May 24, 2019 On Monuments and the Complications of history
Take Comfort The White Review, January 2017 On comfort, taste, and narrative.
The Magic Bullet Topic Magazine, October 2018 How a drug called Miltown ushered in an age of pill-popping for anxious Americans.
Reel Life The National, Spring 2017 Learning to cast with Joan Wulff, the 90-year-old First Lady of Fly Fishing.
Beautiful Objects, Blighted Spaces Guernica, 2016 The Future of Cities: The Chicago-based urban design team on rebuilding neighborhoods, gentrification, and the “magic” of Theaster Gates.
Unfinished Business Museum Magazine, 2013 On museums, community, and domestic work.