Selected Writing



LA Times

By Her Own Hand showcases rare books and manuscripts by women

The Free Black Women’s Library amplifies the voices of female African American writers


Ruth Asawa's Life and Legacy, in Both Art and Education 

As ACLU SoCal's First Artist in Residence, Audrey Chan Emphasizes Immigration Rights

A Photographer and Writer Document the Stories of Queer People Across the US


Gala Porras-Kim Negotiates Soft Power as an Artist-Curator

KCET Artbound + Southland Sessions

The Arts Are More Than Entertainment: L.A. Art in Tumultuous Times

Ofelia Esparza Brings Altar-Making Beyond Dia de los Muertos

Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (CARLA)

Forged by Fire: How a Ceramic Studio is Creating a Radical Community


The Enduring Importance of the Quilts of Gee's Bend

Artist Lilian Martinez Welcome Us Into Her Artsy Desert Retreat

Why You Should Know About the Legacy of Weaver Gunta Stölzl

What's the Difference Between Wicker, Rattan, and Cane?


Inside Lilliam Rivera's Fictional World of Girls, Gangs, and Dreams


Photographer Laura Aguilar Illuminates The Lives, and Bodies, of Queer Women of Color


The Guardian

Why are half of Latino immigrant TV characters portrayed as criminals?


In 'With The Fire On High,' Elizabeth Acevedo Gives Young Readers Of Color A Story Of Joy

'Useful Phrases for Immigrants' By May-Lee Chai Explores the Effect Of Globalization, Class, and Race on Family Dynamics

Esme Weijun Wang Unpacks the Stereotypes & Myths of Mental Illness In 'The Collected Schizophrenias' 


We're Here, We're Sheer: Cora Harrington's Lingerie Revolution

Online Photography Groups Bring Women of Color into Focus

Not Another Teen Book: Contemporary YA Lit Acknowledges the Spectrum of Teenage Experiences

Illustrators Capture Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's Breathtaking Moment

LA Weekly

"Radical Women" of Latin American Art Get the Museum Show They Deserve

For 30 years, East L.A. Photographer Laura Aguilar Has Been Doing Something Daring

Star Montana's Photos Capture Loss, Pain and Family Secrets in East L.A.


Meet Emilia Cruz, the Painter Behind Ana's Art on 'Gentefied'

In Jaquira Díaz's Memoir "Ordinary Girls," Sisterhood is Shaped by Shared Struggles of Violence & Poverty


These Powerful Photos Humanize Latino Survivors of Drug Addiction & Incarceration in New Mexico

Los Angeles Magazine

How a 1993 Step Van Became One of L.A.'s Most Interesting Art Galleries

In a West Adams Backyard, the Duo Uno+Ichi is Creating L.A.'s Cutest Ceramics


'Remember the Wild Looking Black Girl': Portrait of a Goth Beauty Blogger

The Latinx Artist Capturing L.A.'s Punk Scene in Raw, Intimate Portraits


Christina Fernandez: Camera Lens as Window

Inside Self-Help Graphics & Día de Los Muertos: a Cultural Legacy

The Establishment 

Ramiro Gomez's Provocative Art Takes on Labor and Racism

VICE's The Creators Project

Taxi Fabric Turns Cabs into Traveling Art

A Paraguayan Artist Illustrates a Positive Portrait of Female Sexuality


Inspiration in the Streets: How Street Artist APEX Has Evolved Along with San Francisco

About Face: San Francisco's Zio Ziegler



Silencing the Catcalls: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh's Stop Telling Women to Smile Project

Additional Projects

Editor and Writer, Setu

Artist Bio Writer, UGallery