Work

Features:

Rulers vs. writers: The pre-Trump pre-history of author suppression – The Los Angeles Times
Authors Take Publishing’s Diversity Issues Into Their Own Hands – Publishers Weekly
The unsung genius of Studio Ghibli’s risk-taking realist, Isao TakahataPolygon
Book Pirates Don’t Think They’re StealingMEL Magazine
Before American Dirt, a history of Oprah’s Book Club controversies The Los Angeles Times
Now That Anime Is Cool, Hollywood Wants to Ruin It With Live-Action RemakesThrillist
Wit, Wisdom, and Warnings from a Veteran of the New York Literary World – Literary Hub
For the Country’s Most Promising Teen Poets, Poetry Is Activism – Vulture
Wondering Where Publishing Is Headed? Ask Its Future Leaders. – Publishers Weekly
Outrage over Cartoon Network’s ThunderCats reboot resorted to a strange, old insult: ‘CalArts style’Polygon
The New York Times Books Desk Will Make You Read Again– Publishers Weekly
Does Anybody Know What a Bestseller Is? – Publishers Weekly
Late to the Party: Kōbō Abe’s The Woman In the Dunes Electric Literature
The Addictive Animated Food of Miyazaki Films Thrillist
Chuck Jones Repudiated Republican Healthcare Quibbles 70 Years Ago – The Dot and Line
John Darnielle Is on a Roll Publishers Weekly

Essays:

Steven Universe: The Movie Is All About Doing the Work – Vulture
BoJack Horseman is wielding animation just like Neon Genesis Evangelion – Polygon
Christian Bale’s infamous Dark Knight voice was the only option – Polygon
The Hidden Parallels in Cowboy Bebop—and Its Link to Cormac McCarthy – The Dot and Line
Why Katara’s Torrent of Feelings Is Her Greatest Strength and Greatest Pain – The Dot and Line
America is Bleeding. It’s Time We All Watched Tower. – The Dot and Line
I Just Watched All of BoJack Horseman in One Month, and Now I Want to Die – The Dot and Line 
Living the Life of a Long Island Cabana Boy Medium
The Secret Hustle of Genndy Tartakovsky, Creator of Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack – The Dot and Line
Steven Universe Is My Ideal Me – The Dot and Line
At the End of Cowboy Bebop, All I Could Think About Was My Dead MomThe Dot and Line (Medium Editors’ Pick)
This Is the Most Insane and Compelling Theory for How the Wall in Game of Thrones StandsEsquire
He’s Gone: A Family History with the Grateful Dead – Outcryer

Reporting: 

Mike Lazzo Leaves Adult Swim – The Dot and Line
RWA President, Executive Director Resign as Publishers Drop Its Annual Conference – Publishers Weekly
Did Michelle Obama Really Sell 2 Million Books in 15 Days? An Investigation.Vulture
Sherman Alexie Latest Author Facing Harassment Allegations – Publishers Weekly
Sexual Harassment In Children’s Publishing Reaches a Crisis Point – Publishers Weekly
Sexual Harassment Is a Problem In Publishing – Publishers Weekly
Milo Yiannopoulos Strikes Back – Publishers Weekly
Leftist Indies Put Politics First – Publishers Weekly
From Snippets of Code, a Series of Apps Lets Users Produce Millions of Sounds and Visuals – Hyperallergic
Taking art and education to new dimensions: 3D printing perhaps the next frontier – The Long Island Herald
Digging in Saltzman’s vaults: A retired town archivist on living in history – The Long Island Herald
HUD backs off Housing Authority: Says it shouldn’t have asked for board member removalThe Long Island Herald
‘I expect this to go for a while’: Despite appeals to Albany and Washington, Housing Authority twists in the windThe Long Island Herald

Interviews:

Scholar Stanley Fish on Bolton, Trump and why there’s too much free speech – The Los Angeles Times
Daniel M. Lavery wrestles with art and identity – The Los Angeles Times
Genndy Tartakovsky Gets Primal: “I’m Doing Things Differently Than I Ever Have Done” – The Dot and Line
Kristen Arnett, Queer Meme Master, Does Not Want to Explain Ravioli to YouVulture
Marlon James Spins a Tale of Tales – Publishers Weekly
R.A. Salvatore reflects on 30 years of writing Drizzt and an ever-changing fandomPolygon
Rick and Morty
Composer Ryan Elder Is Very Serious About Making Silly SongsThrillist
Why Neil DeGrasse Tyson Voiced a Pig On Gravity Falls – The Dot and Line
‘The Future Is Happening Right Now’: An Interview with Jeff VanderMeerPacific Standard
Q&A: Garry Trudeau Talks Trump – Publishers Weekly
Talking Nickelodeon with Fred Seibert, the Backstage Architect of Your ChildhoodThe Dot and Line
Steve Stern on The Pinch, Pogroms, Enclaves, and “Yiddishkeit Lite” – Outcryer
Scott McCloud – GraphicNovelReporter
Rep. John Lewis – GraphicNovelReporter

Awards:

Third Place, 2013 New York Press Association Award for In-Depth Reporting, Division 4
Winner, 2012 Skidmore College Frances Stelloff Poetry Prize

Book Reviews:

The Rumpus
Entropy

Electric Literature

Bookreporter
GraphicNovelReporter
The Adirondack Review

Editorial:

This 4,350-Word Theory About How Game of Thrones Will End Seems Weirdly Legit (and Weird), by Eric-Vilas Boas – Esquire

Poetry:

The Trip We Didn’t Take – Luna Luna
#NotTrump Series: Home – Yes, Poetry
Special Feature: Three Poems – Yes, Poetry

Voice Acting:

The Deep Vault – Dead Signals
• Performing the role of Jeremy Thompson, starring in each episode of the podcast

Archive 81 – Dead Signals
• Performing the role of Jacob Lester, appearing in episodes one and three of season one of the podcast
• Performing the role of Rat, starring in each episode of season two of the podcast