“from Cache,” Elderly Magazine, no. 30, November 2019 (poems)

“Abolish rent!” Radical Housing Journal, no 1.2, September 2019 (essay)

“what toilet moments wherein,” Paintbucket, August 2019 (poem)

“Rent and Its Discontents,” Commune Magazine, July 2019 (essay)

“Pro-active Rent Control Enforcement Won’t Stop the Crisis,” The Weakly: A Monthly, April 2019 (essay)

“A fort on a hillside, with only flowers inside,” The Weakly: A Monthly, March 2019 (review of Bastien Keb’s song “Flowers”)

“minor arcana of an episodic binge,” “‘salad bins for salad night arguments at the water bar,’” and “Thermocouple,” PARADISE NOW December 2018 (poetry)

‘No bosses, no borders, no whiteness’—a review of Brian Whitener’s Face Down,” December 2018 (review)

Antiracist Writing Ecologies,” December 2018 (review of Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies by Asao B. Inoue)

“What #Fireseeds May Grow from #Climatefires?,” Movement Generation, November 2018 (comic-style photo-essay)

POST LATE SUMMER, ABOLIT, September 2018, digital and printable (poetry chapbook)

Abolish Rent—For A Communist Tenants’ Movement, Libcom, 17 July 2018 (essays)

“Woolsey last night,” 4 March 2018 (pics & poems from a reading, including several previously unpublished poems—”Minor Arcana,“ “how i’m gonna drive there,” “Precious Fluids,” and “Prairie Fire”)

“The hand, the hear, music,” Dream Pop Journal, Issue #3, Winter 2018 (prose)

“Aluminum is a raid to memory” and “‘what pseudo-physics does trust,’” in No Longer Accepting Feedback, 11 December 2017 (2 poems in the WW/WS chapbook anothology)

Poetry Feature: Alirio Karina & Julian Francis Park,” Blind Field: a journal of cultural inquiry, 9 November 2017 (three poems)

Notes on the repression of Mutual Aid Disaster Relief and the question of state decay,” 17 October 2017 (essay)

Mostly I was too late for San Francisco,”The New Narrative Walking Tour: a psychogeography of the city, eds. Samantha Giles and Stephanie Young, 15 October 2017 (narrative w/ 2 embedded poems)

From Every Breath You Take,” Horny Poetry Review, 15 October 2017 (poem excerpted from manuscript)

Prose of the Housing Question,” Communal Presence: New Narrative Writing Today, 13 October 2017 (essay)

I want communism because I have to go to the store and get some rest and feel better soon and that is why I am asking for a friend to talk, ABOLIT, October 2017 (chapbook of poems written during the Small Press Traffic/Real Time & Space ELEVATE residency) (printable version)

I must become a dreamer,” Hold: a journal: Issue 3, Subversion, Fall 2017 (poem)

Crisis Care,” in “Risk and Rupture,” Queen Mob’s Tea House, 2017 (narrative excerpts w/ embedded poems, from Oedipus Apartment Complex Tenants’ Association and “Late Rent”)

Mutual-aid amid ‘ASoUND,’Jacket2, 2016 (review of Cheena Marie Lo’s A Series of Un/Natural/Disasters),

Ass Wipe Practice,” Entropy, 2016 (poem)

Black against the racial suture: miscegenation and the law of genre in Citizen and The Feel Trio,” Tripwire, a journal of poetics, no. 10, 2016 (review of books by Claudia Rankine and Fred Moten)

On the Historical Conditions of The Accumulation of Capital,” Rosa Luxemburg: A Permanent Challenge for Political Economy, eds. Judith Dellheim and Frieder Otto Wolf, 2016 (essay)

Scattered notes on poetry and policing,” presented at (dis)junctions: Strange Bedfellows,  2 Nov 2015 (essay)

Mills and Capital,” 22 Oct 2015 (essay)

Three Poems,”Writing w/o Walls 2014 (poems)

Homage to Love, The College Hill Independent 2013 (poems)