Slumming It | Jacobin, February 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

Despite pushback, Marcus Shaw got to read his poem about police brutality | Baltimore City Paper, April 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

The emoji diversity problem goes way beyond race | Wired, November 2015

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

Survivalists are using Pinterest to prepare for the apocalypse | The Atlantic, May 2014