I've got an essay in Misadventures Magazine, a women's outdoors publication that is great. Highlights: descriptions of a drag queen performing songs from Moana, me being scared on a rock, and what the editor called a "tear-jerker ending."
Here's a book review I published in Make literary magazine. Includes key phrases like: "I Want A Dyke for President," "xerography as a political and artistic form," and "reproductions of their butts."
A few months ago, I wrote a blog post about working in academia and public media simultaneously. If you're curious about what skills and insights I've gained from these dual roles, take a look at the post here.
I plan to do more writing on this topic soon, since it's becoming more and more important to me during my second year as a production assistant.
(By the way, this was before the mandate of "listen more" became a post-election public radio cliche, which I think makes this piece interesting to reread now.)
(Tweet-ise? Sorry. No.)