Collaborative illustrated journalism written by Austyn Gaffney and published in The Guardian with support from the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.
Illustrations from a story in The Bitter Southerner.
Graphic essay, “Cast in Concrete,” published by Oxford American.
Illustrations accompanying my essay, “The Life I Have,” about pregnancy during a pandemic, in the Bitter Southerner.
Illustrations accompanying an article by Wendi C. Thomas, “What It Looks Like When a Hospital We Investigated Erases $11.9 Million in Medical Debt,” published in MLK50: Justice Through Journalism and ProPublica.
Illustrations accompanying an article by Alejandro Paredes, “Caminos de Michoacán,” in Edible Memphis.
Three-page comic titled “Ordinary Time,” published in Storyboard Magazine.
“Deer and Houses” linocut on the cover of Southern Humanities Review
Comic about the opening scene of Jim Jarmusch’s “Mystery Train,” for Wig-Wag Magazine.
These botanical illustrations were published in the August 2014 issue of Brittonia, accompanying a paper entitled “Taxonomic revision of the Greater Antillean Pseudolima clade of Miconia (Miconia sect. Krugiophytum: Miconieae: Melastomataceae),” co-authored by Lucas C. Majure, Walter S. Judd, and Fabian A. Michelangeli.