When Women Revolted, co-authored with Mark Engler, in Waging Non-Violence
This Day in Feminist History: Johnnie Tillmon, in Dissent
“Mad Men and the Movement,” in Jacobin
“Mad Men in a Mad World” in Jacobin
“Just Read Alison Bechdel” in Dissent
“My Brooklyn, Not Yours” in Jacobin
“On Anger and ‘Meaning It'” in Jacobin
“The Problem of Sex” in Jacobin
“Looking at Betty Draper” in Open Letters Monthly
“How Radicals Can Help Each Other,” in The New Republic. Review of Sheila Rowbotham, Rebel Crossings.
“In Michelle Tea’s New Novel, Bohemians Meet the Apocalypse,” in The New York Times. Review of Michelle Tea, Black Wave.
“The Books that Made them Feminists,” in The New Republic. Review of Kristen Hogan, The Feminist Bookstore Movement.
“Echoes of Narcissus,” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Kristin Dombek, The Selfishness of Others.
“Slow March to Surprising Victories,” Review of Mark Engler and Paul Engler, This is an Uprising in Democratic Left.
“Kindling the Mob,” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Therese Svoboda, Anything that Burns You: A Portrait of Lola Ridge, Radical Poet.
“A Book as Big as Life,” in Dissent. Review of Garth Risk Hallberg, City on Fire.
“Kafka with a Happy Ending,” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Miranda July, The First Bad Man.
“A Walker in the City” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Julie Hayden, The Lists of the Past.
“The Personal was Always the Political” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Vivian Gornick, Emma Goldman.
“When the Sewing Needles Dropped,” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Anne Roiphe, Art and Madness.
“02,” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Courtney Sullivan, Commencement.
“All the Sad Old Men,” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Vivian Gornick, The Men in My Life.
“Soothing the Elites,” in Open Letters Monthly. Review of Louis Menand, The Marketplace of Ideas.
“Birding for Beginners,” in Entropy Magazine
“The Airport and the Museum,” in Cleaver Magazine
“Unknowing” in Monkeybicycle
“Sixteen” in SmokeLong Quarterly
“Middle-Aged Men on Planes” ” in failbetter
“At the Frick” in Juked
3 poems in Aji
“Hitler’s Bathtub” in Narrative
“Internationalizing America: Critical Pedagogy in the Multinational Community College Classroom” in The International Journal in Critical Pedagogy