RECENT WRITING

•ARTICLES , REVIEWS, & ESSAYS

ART IN AMERICA

JUSTICE DELAYED: “MAKE AMERICA WHAT AMERICA MUST BECOME” AT THE CAC NEW ORLEANS

BURNAWAY

Couldn’t Love You More: Bounce, Sex and Death in New Orleans

ELECTRIC MARRONAGE

Power, Gris-Gris, and the Plurality of a Haunting: Maryam de Capita’s New World Order

BURNAWAY

Mending the Sky at the New Orleans Museum of Art

ART IN AMERICA:

THE EXHIBITIONS THAT DEFINED THE 2000S

BURNAWAY:

The Black Outdoors: Ruth Owens in Hammond, LA

WILDING CRAN GALLERY:

HEROINES OF INNOCENCE

BURNAWAY:

The Darkroom in the Attic: Blackness and Visibility

BURNAWAY:

“Letter from New Orleans: Down River Road”

BURNAWAY:

Good Hair : Akosua Adoma Owusu at the CAC New Orleans.

ANTENNA: RM 220:

FREE THE WORK: REFLECTION ON A DESIRE FOR A PEOPLE’S LITERATURE

Can Contemporary Art subvert or challenge the status quo without recreating it in New forms?

TIMES PICAYUNE:

Zulu doesn’t have to prove its worth or place in New Orleans culture

ANTENNA: RM 220

The Installation of Tragedy and the Ideology of Open Space

64 Parishes:

The Matrix of Creativity: Reading Tom Dent and Renegotiating Black Aesthetics in the New New Orleans

Elle:

An Everything Is Love Cultural Playlist: 12 Films, Books, and Thinkers to Know

Curbed:

Walking New Orleans’s oldest road

CURBED NOLA: Walking New Orleans oldest road

GoNOLA:

Marie Laveau and Her Enduring Legacy

GO NOLA: The Enduring Legacy of Marie Laveau

ELLE:

What To Read, Hear, And See After Listening To Solange’s ‘A Seat At The Table

ELLE.COM: What to Read, Hear, and See After Listening to Solange’s ‘A Seat at the Table’

ELLE:

10 Books To Read After You’ve Watched ‘Lemonade’ One Million Times

http://www.elle.com/culture/books/a36302/a-lemonade-reading-list/

THE NATION:

My Journey From Louisiana to Havana, and Back Again

THE NATION: My Journey From Louisiana to Havana and Back Again

THE NATION:

Rhythm, Water, and Global Blackness

THE NATION: Rhythm, Water, and Global Blackness

THE NATION:

Ten Years Since: A Meditation on New Orleans

THE NATION: Ten Years Since: A Meditation on New Orleans

GUERNICA:

What’s Old Is New Again

GUERNICA: What’s Old is New Again

•FICTION

Massachusetts Review:

Per Capita”

Per Capita

Per Capita (full text)

•POETRY

THE BAFFLER:

Diaspora: Breakfast with Mahmoud 

The Baffler: Diaspora: Breakfast With Mahmoud Darkish

Academy of American Poets:

Contemplating Extinction as Theme in Basquiat’s “Pez Dispenser, 1984”

https://poets.org/poem/contemplating-extinction-theme-basquiats-pez-dispenser-1984

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