NONFICTION

Seeing Students as Human, (Houston Matters NPR radio show, November 2017)

"Times I Didn't Say Much," (Texas Review, Summer 2017)

When a Mystery Illness Strikes,” (Catapult, May 2017)

 “Times I Didn’t Speak,” (Texas Review, Summer 2017)

 “Becoming a Swimmer,” (Southwest: The Magazine)

The Light: On Teaching, Childhood, and a School Shooting.” (The Toast)

Dark Face in the Window,” (Houston Chronicle)

First-Person Friday: Nike Power (Ozy)

Why I Converted to Judaism at Seven-Months Pregnant, Kveller

In Denial No More: Floods Prove Disaster Can Strike Anyone (Houston Chronicle)

Wrestlers: Thoughts on Writing as a Mother (Raising Mothers)

On Being Mute: Silence and Its Use Against People of Color (Huffington Post)


FICTION

"Women and Girls, Missing," excerpt from novel, City of Girls, forthcoming 2019 in anthology Houston Noir, edited by Gwendolyn Zepeda from Akashic Press