What Wendell Berry wants | The New Republic, April 2018

When fiction pulls back the curtain on American conservatism  | Literary Hub, April 2018

How to build a segregated city | Splinter, January 2018

Slumming It | Jacobin, June 2017

Blight at the Museum  | Current Affairs, February 2017

The radical cheek of 'Chapo Trap House' | Pacific Standard, November 2016

Police violence and the American caste systemLiterary Hub, October 2016

Edith Wharton's indictment of Gilded Age inequality: Still relevant  | Literary Hub, September 2016

#neverforget to go shoppingThe Washington Spectator, September 2016

The radical politics of keeping your head in the clouds | Pacific Standard, July 2016

Is the toast sandwich really a sandwich? | Extra Crispy, June 2016

Crackonomics in Baltimore | Pacific Standard, May 2016

When a state song is a Confederate battle cryThe New Republic, February 2016

When suicide is off the table: A funny memoir of depression | Broadly, February 2016

Kate Evans on doomed revolutionary and political dynamo 'Red' Rosa | Broadly, January 2016

Wrongful imprisonment and the limits of tabloid journalismPacific Standard, January 2016

Content creators of the world, unite!Pacific Standard, September 2015

What 'the hustle' looks like on Etsy in 2015Jezebel, August 2015

"They were amazing soldiers": Interview with a Confederate reenactor | Gawker, June 2015

"Baltimore is a shithole": Undisturbed peace at the Maryland Hunt Cup | Gawker, April 2015

I Hear a New World: Joe Meek took music to space and changed production forever | Noisey, April 2015

Time is money is work is virtue | The Baffler, March 2015

The Latin lothario who wasn't (but he was Jewish) | The Forward, March 2015

Toile chic | The Awl, March 2015