Up at McSweeney's: A Helpful Guide to Lesser-Known Religious Affiliations
For The New Yorker: Questions I Use to Evaluate a New Recipe
Also for The New Yorker: As Films Pile Up, Marvel Franchise Goes Auteur
At The Establishment: Personas I'm Considering Adopting When I Become an Old Woman
For The New Yorker: Which Obscure Academy Member Will Vote for Which Best Picture Nominee?
The Campaigns They Carried at McSweeney's (with apologies to Tim O'Brien...)
Winter's Many Passive Aggressions for The New Yorker.
For The New Yorker: The Performance Art-Work that is Getting Through the Holidays with My Family
For The New Yorker: Famous Inventors and Their Moms
At McSweeney's Internet Agenda: Other Vehicular Styles of Parenting
For The Establishment: Casting Bond, James Bond
Middle-School Parent-Teacher Conference Night, in Internet Headlines for The New Yorker.
For The New Yorker: Autumn Should Come with Trigger Warnings for These Things
For McSweeney's Internet Agenda: Drinking Games for Non-Drinkers
For The New Yorker: The Spinster Agenda
For The New Yorker: Leaked Republican Campaign Emails, re: White House Toddler Temper Tantrum
For The Reject Pile: Popular Bucket List Items and What They Reveal About You
For McSweeney's: Bechdel Test Inspired Rules for Other Cartoonists
For The New Yorker: The Trailer for Joss Whedon's The Sound of Music
Over at McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Hitchcock After Therapy
For BuzzFeed: Ten Compliments I Wish I'd Gotten Throughout My Life
The self-explanatory If Critics Wrote About the Male Best Director Nominees the Same Way They Write About SELMA Director Ava Duvernay for McSweeney's Internet Tendency
A List for McSweeney's Internet Tendency: Security Questions for Single, Childless People
At Ozy,com: Are My Waiters Assholes Or Just French?
For Vulture.com: Let's Celebrate the Style of The Good Wife's Diane Lockhart
At the Washington Post: 7 Things New College Students Need to Know So They Don't Drive Professors Crazy
For The Glassblock, a new web magazine out of Pittsburgh: The Rusting, Maroon 1997 Altima and Me
At The Washington Post's Solo-ish: Why Did Everyone Stop Asking If I've Met Someone?
For Barrelhouse, Jesus of the Milk Bottles
For The Freelancer, 5 Proven Tips for Freelancing at School
From Belt Magazine, Our Friendliness Will Save Us
Guernica Daily published my essay, "The Compliment Game" about teaching playwriting in Brooklyn.
An essay on Ferguson, et al. The Boys I Know
An essay about memory, for Narratively.
Snoodles, flash fiction up at Litro.
At Mud Season Review, my short story, The Buddhists.
My short story, DeSean, is at Kweli Journal.