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“Zine Libraries: A Source of Design Inspiration,” Communication Arts, July/Aug 2017
“The Best Lesson for New Readers Might Be The One They Teach Themselves,” GOOD Magazine, Oct 2015
“Interview with Do Not Track Film Director,” The Awl, April 2015
“Interview with Captain of Gotham Girls Roller Derby, the Queen of Brooklyn,” Brokelyn, February 2015
“Love in the Time of Wintry Mix: 12 Winter Dates in Brooklyn for 12 Neighborhoods,” Brokelyn, February 2015
“Learn Everything About Zine Making You Were Too Afraid To Ask,” Brokelyn, February 2015
“See Free Art Along Myrtle Ave During Black Artstory Month,” Brokelyn, February 2015
“The Art of Awareness: Interview with Melody Nixon of Apogee Journal,” The Hairpin, December 2014
“4 Brooklyn Film Pros on What To Buy A Cinemaphile,” Brokelyn, December 2014
“Web Service Will Turn Your Email into Pretty Letters for Free,” Brokelyn, November 2014
“Pay Tribute to All Your Favorite Witches at the Bell House on Monday,” Brokelyn, October 2014
“The Value of Cataloguing Zines and Zine Libraries,” SLANY Bridge to Excellence, June 2014
“Your Badgeless Guide to the 2014 Northside Festival,” Brokelyn, June 2014
“10 Surprising Careers that Make You A Mint in New York,” Brokelyn, May 2014
“Get a Glimpse of the Future at the Silent Barn’s 100% Robot Party,” Brokelyn, May 2014
“Find Some Rebellious Gifts at Next Weekend’s Renegade Craft Fair, in Greenpoint,” Brokelyn, May 2014
“The Cost of Accidentally Dropping Your Phone,” The Billfold, May 2014
“The Life Cycle of a Pop Song,” The Awl, April 2014
“Talking Zines with the Tablers of the Brooklyn Zine Fest,” Brokelyn, April 2014
“Living Situations from Seattle to NYC,” The Billfold, April 2014
“Music I Listened To While Working As A Temp,” The Billfold, March 2014
“Fourth Arts Block: Leading Cultural Advancements in New York City,” Catalyst Review, January 2014
“Get Lit! Author Profile: Sally Tisdale,” Pacific Northwest Inlander, Apr 2010
“Bands to Watch: Spokane Battle of the Bands,” Pacific Northwest Inlander, Feb 2010
“ZAPP is Back: The Zine Library Hosts Reopening Party,” Three Imaginary Girls, Aug 2009
“Local Artist Spotlight: Mistress and the Misters,” Spokane SiDEKiCK, Feb 2007
Performances & Presentations
1 Oct 2017. Panel presentation on behalf of ABC No Rio Zine Library. “ARTZINES: Show and Tell.” Every presenter told stories about 10 zines based in NYC at Printed Matter, New York.
8 May 2016. Panel presentation as part of Lower East Side History Month. “Handling History: How do we preserve and present materials and knowledge from the social movements and subcultures we participate in, while staying true to their politics and spirit?” at ABC No Rio in New York.
16 Apr 2015. Co-Curator and facilitator of The Personal Experience of Surveillance’s interactive exhibit in “Storyscapes: A New Celebration of Interactive Storytelling” at Tribeca Film Festival. Read about the exhibit on the Wall Street Journal.
20 Sept 2014. Moderating and participating on the panel, “Personal Experiences of Surveillance” at the Silent Barn in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
13 Aug 2014. Panel presentation. “Zines+ and the World of ABC No Rio: Zine Social” at Center for Book Arts, New York City.
28 Jan 2014. Panel presentation. “Zines and Handmade Publications: Possibilities for Personal Expression and Alternative Education” at Teacher’s College, New York City.
31 Jan 2012. Performance. “Release Show: One More For The People by Martha Grover” at Richard Hugo House, Seattle. I opened the show that featured performances by Martha Grover, Michael Heald, and the anonymous author of Love is Not Constantly Wondering if You’re Making The Biggest Mistake of Your Life.
15 June 2010. Performance. “Grandma ZAPP’s Rolling Thunderheart Mountain Variety Show” at Richard Hugo House, Seattle. A fundraiser for ZAPP Seattle featuring performances by Megan Kelso, Jim Woodring and more.