Words, Words, Words.
TAYO Literary Magazine (SOFT Issue), Four Poems (June 2019)
Bushwick Daily, Poem of the Month, "Work in Progress: Residential" (July 2018)
Paper China, Journal of Best Nationwide Undergraduate Poetry, “Dear Michael” (2016)
Poetic Journeys selection, “I’m facing you, Lexington and 125th (or perhaps you’re facing me)” (2016)
Long River Review, First Prize, Edward R. and Frances Schreiber Collins Literary Prize for Poetry, “Laundry” (2013)
Big Words, Etc. (“Almost, Not Quite”) / 61 Local / Brooklyn, NY / April 2019
First Saturday Pop-Up Poetry (Curator and Reader) / Brooklyn Museum / April 2019
No Borders, No Nations: Benefit for Queer & Trans Refugees, The Glove / Brooklyn, NY / November 2018
Agua Maravilla Reading at Petite Pop Up Shop / Brooklyn, NY / October 2018
Big Words, Etc. (Reading for RAICES), 61 Local / Brooklyn, NY / September 2018
Closing Party, Block Party, Jenkins Johnson Project / Brooklyn, NY / August 2018
Queer Abstract: What are you scared to lose?, Starr Bar / Brooklyn, NY / July 2018.
Big Words, Etc. (Don't Panic!), 61 Local / Brooklyn, NY / April 2018.
Jazz and Poetry (Featured Poet), Ferguson Library / Stamford, CT / April 2018.
Poetry at The Shed Space (with Pamela Brown and Jeffrey Gustavson) / Brooklyn, NY / April 2017.
Hyperallergic, A Show About Stonewall’s Legacy Falters on Inclusion (2019)
Brooklyn Rail, Invasive species by Marwa Helal (2019)
Brooklyn Rail, Jon Key: Violet: Mythologies and Other Truths (2019)
Brooklyn Rail, MOTHA and Chris E. Vargas: Consciousness Razing—The Stonewall Re-Memorialization Project (2018)
Brooklyn Rail, David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night (2018)
"Queer Words, Queer Worlds," Brooklyn Museum Tumblr (2018)
Art Critical, “Bytes and Biting Satire: Feminist Video at Franklin Street Works” (2016)
Art Critical, “Aesthetics and Social Justice: Arresting Patterns at ArtSpace" (2015)
Art Critical, “Social Justice in the Studio and in the Street: Art and activism at Franklin Street Works” (2015)
Hartford Courant, “College Access Plans Leave Undocumented Students Behind (Co Author)" (2015)
Long River Review, Aetna Creative Nonfiction Award, Second Prize, “Desempacando”(2014)
One University Place, “Room for Everyone: All Gender Bathrooms Come to Campus" (2014)
The Nation, Contributor, “StudentNation" (2014)
The Advocate, “LGBT Students Who Need Your Help” (Op-Ed) (2014)
Read, Heard, Zine: Decolonial/Queer Pedagogy in Educator Led Lessons, Brooklyn Museum Teaching Research Project (2018)
Seen / Read: Feminism, Queerness, and Authorship in Words and Image, Honors Thesis, University of Connecticut (2016)
Pathways Forward: Foundation Funding for LGBTQ Immigration Issues (with Ben Francisco Maulbeck), Funders for LGBTQ Issues (2014)