Interviews

Interview of National Book Award-winning author Will Alexander on Uncanny Magazine’s podcast covering Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction, 2018

Interview of #1 New York Times bestselling author Marieke Nijkamp on  Uncanny Magazine’s podcast covering Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction, 2018

Profile: writer Lyda Morehouse as Tate Halloway: A bite of vampire romance in Minnesota Women’s Press, June, 2008

Personal Essays

How to Research CBD Oil: Discovering CBD After an Injury: essay on injury, PTSD, pain, and research. Ministry of Hemp, December 11, 2018

Anthologies

“Shy.” In Listen to Your Mother: What she said then, what we’re saying now, Putnam, April 7, 2015

Move Like You’re From Thra, My People!” in Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction, as well as on their Kickstarter. Uncanny Magazine, 2018

Performances

Nicole Jamie in  “Your Motivational Power Hour!” , Ed Burke, dir., Fringe Festival Minneapolis, August 2017

What I Didn’t Expect From Love.” Story Club Minneapolis, January 29, 2015

Shy.” in Listen to Your Mother: Twin Cities, May, 2013

News & Ghostwriting

Toua Vang is first Hmong priest in Anglican Communion, June 28, 2013

Boston Tragedy: Letter to the Editor from Bishop of Minnesota, April 16, 2013

Reviews

Mallory Ortberg’s Texts From Jane Eyre, in Bitter Empire (February 4, 2015)

Jose Alaniz’s Death, Disability, and the Superhero, in Bitter Empire (December 5, 2014)

Among Others, by Jo Walton, in Disability in Kidlit (July 22, 2013)

‘Push Girls’ takes disabled people out of their usual TV roles in Minnesota Public Radio, (June 6, 2012)

Sex at Dawn, by Christopher Ryan, PhD, and Cacilda Jethá, MD, in Ambling Along the Aqueduct (January 3, 2011)

Documentary on disability rights doesn’t do justice to the fight it chronicles , MPR, (December 5, 2011)

MPR Commentaries

For some, showing an ID to vote would be harder than you imagine (MPR, September 11, 2012)

Another trial that Minnesotans should be watching (MPR, April 27, 2012)
CeCe McDonald and the invisibility of trans people of color in the media

Mixed Blood’s access policy not only admits the disabled, but welcomes them (MPR, November 23, 2011)

‘Push Girls’ takes disabled people out of their usual TV roles (MPR, June 6, 2012)

Imagine prone restraint being used on your child (MPR, March 7, 2012)

Documentary on disability rights doesn’t do justice to the fight it chronicles (MPR, December 5, 2011)

Mixed Blood’s access policy not only admits the disabled, but welcomes them (MPR, November 23, 2011)

Headlines about Lady Gaga’s wheelchair missed a more nuanced debate (MPR, August 10, 2011)

A word of thanks for the Americans with Disabilities Act (MPR, Aired July 23, 2010)

Disability Dos and Don’ts (Aired May 4, 2010)
Minnesota Public radio commentary: etiquette guide for dealing with disabled people

What if impaired mobility didn’t bring increased isolation? (April 7, 2010)
MPRNewsQ commentary on the rise in elder suicides

Lack of snow and ice removal hinder physically disabled (Aired January 7, 2010)
Minnesota Public Radio commentary on disablism in lack of ice removal

Insurance may pay for your wheelchair, unless you need it to go someplace (December 29, 2009)
MPRNewsQ commentary on draconian wheelchair policies

Fraudulent researcher did more than scare parents away from vaccines (January 11, 2011) Minnesota Public Radio commentary on how Wakefield demonized people with autism

Don’t look for the facts about vaccines to change beliefs (MPR, February 16, 2010)

Why do media report ‘the other side’ of scientific fact? (December 8, 2009)
MPRNewsQ commentary on artificial “balance” in scientific reporting

Don’t see the appeal of biking in winter? Maybe you should try it (MPR, December 20, 2012)

Still a strange land, but strangers no more (MPR, July 11, 2012) My love letter to nerd culture

A holiday to recall our origins as immigrants (November 25, 2010) An MPRNewsQ Commentary for Thanksgiving call asking white people to calm down about immigrations

Powderhorn has problems, yes. And it’s a wonderful place to live. (December 1, 2010) Minnesota Public Radio commentary on violence in my neighborhood

The shy kid who stands up to protect a mom who seems different (MPR, February 28, 2013)
On my kid’s use of humor to deflect attention. Also, I read a version of this as Shy for “Listen to Your Mother Twin Cities.” (May 9, 2013)

Where Have All The Bluebloods Gone? (April 19, 2007)
Satire on minuscule tax increases for the wealthy in Twin Cities Daily Planet

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