Cautious Optimism and CanLit. Canadian Women in the Literary Arts. 21 December 2017.
New organization to test rural water quality when government doesn’t. Nova Scotia Advocate. 6 October 2017.
Beyond Inclusion: Twenty Years of Writing Thru Race. Ricepaper Magazine 20.4 2016: 20–23.
with Daniel McNeil. Diversity, Art, and the Academy: The Revolution Will Be Live. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Carleton University. Feb 22 2016.
The River, The People and The Industry: The damming history of the Ottawa River Watershed. The Leveller 8.3 Nov/Dec 2015:6.
Nothing to Lose But Our Fear: Resistance in Dangerous Times by Fiona Jeffries. Briarpatch Magazine 44.5 Sept/Oct 2015: 36.
In Conversation with Alex Leslie, author of The Things I Heard About You. Matrix Magazine, 18 January 2015.
Beyond Autoethnography: Fictocriticism as a Feminist Writing Strategy. South Asian Review 34.3 2013: 103–120.
Steak Spice. A Showcase of Experimental Women’s Writing. Spec. issue of Filling Station Magazine 57 Nov 2013: 35.
with Krissy Darch. Beyond Bullying. Briarpatch Magazine 42.5 Sept/Oct 2013: 40.
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Expect Expectations: Reading “Ethnic” Literature Through a Multicultural Lens. Plenitude: Your Queer Arts and Literature Magazine. Feb 2013.
A Canadian state, devouring its citizens. Vancouver Observer. 14 December 2012.
“Bullying” is too vague when we’re dealing with sexism and misogyny. The Georgia Straight. 15 October 2012.
Vamps, Heroines, Otherwise: Diasporic Women Resisting Essentialism. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 26 2011: 127–144.
Clean Up Time. Walk Myself Home: An Anthology to End Violence Against Women. Ed. Andrea Routley. Halfmoon Bay: Caitlin Press, 2010. 40–46
The Mirror. Rain and Thunder, Issue 46: Spring 2010.