Essays and Articles:

The Charged World in Image Journal 

Memphis Burning in the Memphis Flyer

When a Green Book Site Goes Up For Sale in The Atlantic’s CityLab

The Last Time in A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments

Please Keep Doors Closed in Image Journal

Writing That Hurts in The Rumpus 

Crying in Church in Image Journal

A Parable of Produce in Gravy

Depth Sounding in A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments

Graphic Essays : 

Even the Dead Could Not Stay in The Atlantic’s CityLab 

To Save a Town ‘By the Grace of God’ in The Atlantic’s CityLab

The Final Days of a Memphis Housing Project in The Atlantic’s CityLab

Portrait of a Vacant Lot in Ecotone Magazine 

Giving a Memphis Hero the Recognition He Deserves in The Atlantic’s CityLab

Consolation Puppies in Granta

Doggamut in Ecotone Magazine

The Economics of Lynching in Memphis in MLK50: Justice Through Journalism 

Interviews and Profiles: 

Jelani Cobb on Progress, Policy, and People of Conscience in MLK50: Justice Through Journalism

Where do we go from here? A Q&A with Journalist Jelani Cobb at Facing History and Ourselves 

The Ecstatic Vision of Sally Mann in The Hollins Critic 

Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Interviews with Sally Mann and Karen Bender in Hollins Magazine 

The Way Life is Lived: a Profile of Mary Carter Bishop in Hollins Magazine

Shorter Works:

On Don’t You Ever: My Mother and Her Secret Son in The Kenyon Review 

Nonprofit Bakery to Experiment with a Living Wage in MLK50: Justice Through Journalism

CHOICES Chooses a Living Wage in MLK50: Justice Through Journalism

Hard History: The Lynching Sites Project in The Memphis Flyer

Groundhog Press Rears its Head for Poetry in Hollins Magazine

Families at the Helm: a Profile of Gay Lloyd Pinder in Hollins Magazine 

Reliquary: Histories Incarnate at On Being

Of All Commandments at On Being

A Letter from Penland on the Penland School of Crafts Blog

Deer Season in The Common

What’s Left in Paper Darts Magazine 

Animal Heart in Ghost Proposal

Baptism in River Teeth Journal’s “Beautiful Things” Series

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