My work as an editor spans online and print publications including, focusing primarily on identity and health, in addition to creative publications such as Quail Bell Magazine’s recently released Lunar Phoenix: An Anthology of Black Voices, which features fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry.
In addition to personal essays, a majority of my recent work revolves around representation, identity, and how mental and physical health intersect with the experiences of folks from marginalized communities. You can find pieces like these within my work at Healthline Media (including Psych Central) and Verywell.
Below is a selection featuring some favorite and more recent online publications:
Sexuality and Sexual Health
More, Please — Black Femme Collective
How Can We Say Yes If We Can’t Say No? — Pulp Mag
Starting a Family Costs More for Queer People Like Me — Rewire.News
Health, Wellness, and Representation
Fighting for Black Lives through Chronic Pain — Asparagus Magazine
News and Media
Psych Central News
Additional Selected Publications
When Masculinity Meets Trauma: How Art Mirrors Life in Da 5 Bloods — Watercooler HQ
Richmond’s Black Community Address Food Desserts — Natural Awakenings