“Parallel Sites,” in Site Parallels: Marcie Miller Gross and Armin Mühsam, exhibition brochure (Haw Contemporary Crossroads, Kansas City, MO, 2018)

“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

“Will Eisner,” Icons of the American Comic Book, ed. Randy Duncan and Matthew J. Smith (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2013), 233–44

Review of The Voyeurs by Gabrielle Bell, Humor in America, September 6, 2012 [Read it here]

“The Influence of Anxiety: Kristen Wiig, SNL, and Self-Consciousness,” Humor in America, May 25, 2012 [Read it here]

“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