Chris Kahler: SHIFT,in Chris Kahler: SHIFT, exhibition catalogue (St. Louis: Bruno David Gallery, 2021) [Forthcoming]

“Parallel Sites,” in Site Parallels: Marcie Miller Gross and Armin Mühsam, exhibition brochure (Kansas City, MO: Haw Contemporary Crossroads, 2018) [Read the essay text here]

“Losing Track of Time with Tortoise at the Old Rock House,” KDHX Community Media, January 17, 2017 [Read it here]

“Aesop Rock Performs The Impossible Kid at Delmar Hall,” KDHX Community Media, January 15, 2017 [Read it here]

“Sizes May Vary: Tegan and Sara with Torres at the Pageant,” KDHX Community Media, October 27, 2016 [Read it here]

“A Faint Glow in the Far Back: White Lung, Plague Vendor, and Bruiser Queen at the Firebird,” KDHX Community Media, July 21, 2016 [Read it here]

“The Uncertainty of Presence: An Interview with Laura Gibson,” KDHX Community Media, June 25, 2016 [Read it here]

Review of Reading Time Across Words and Numbers: Visualization Projects by Heather Corcoran at the Center of Creative Arts, University City, MO, Temporary Art Review, May 13, 2016 [Read it here]

Review of Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation, edited by Sheena C. Howard and Ronald L. Jackson II, Studies in American Humor 3.30 (2015): 208–9

“The Cult of Chris Ware,” review essay of The Comics of Chris Ware: Drawing is a Way of Thinking, ed. David M. Ball and Martha B. Kuhlman, Studies in American Humor 3.25 (2012): 197–202

“Being Good at Being Oneself: Renata Salecl and the Ontology of Anxiety,” Review of Renata Salecl, On Anxiety. Other Voices 4.1 (2010)

“People Are Stranger: Listening to Graham Foust,” Jacket 36 (2008) [Read it here]

“Hip Hop Graphic Novels,” The Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Literature, ed. Tarshia L. Stanley (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2008), 106–8

“Know What I Mean?” The Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Literature, ed. Tarshia L. Stanley (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2008), 145–46