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2017
Who's Allowed to Hold Hands?
The New York Times

The Day I Learnt to Accept that My Dark Skin was Beautiful
ELLE Magazine UK

2016
We Deh Yah!
Lenny Letter

What It Means To Be A Writer In The Time Of Trump
The Huffington Post

My First Visit to the Church of American Democracy
LitHub

Resistance, Desire, and History: The Story of My Dreadlocks
ELLE Magazine

A Woman-Child in Jamaica
The New York Times

Coming Out as a Writer
PowellsBooks.Blog

Innocence Is a Privilege: Black Children Are Not Allowed to Be Innocent in America
Electric Literature

Breaking Taboos and Loving the Characters We Fear
Catapult

Growing Up With Miss Jamaica
ELLE Magazine

2015
Shifting Selves: Holding Two Flags
Electric Literature

Mecca Jamilah Sullivan: Interview
Mosaic Literary Journal

What's In a Name
Kweli Literary Journal

2014
What's for Sale
*Nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize
Kweli Literary Journal

God Nuh Like Ugly
*Nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize
Red Rock Review

Patsy Series: Labor Day Heat
Jamaica Gleaner

Patsy Series: Rainbow People
Jamaica Gleaner

Chinelo Okparanta-Interview
Mosaic Literary Journal

2013
Ayana Mathis: Interview
Mosaic Literary Journal

The Measure of a True Artiste
Jamaica Gleaner

2012
In Her Own Words
Ebony

The Impact of Living Out Loud as a Gay Jamaican
Feminist Wire