Interfaith America published my review of Springtide Research Institute's annual report in an article called "Religion and Young People: Relational Authority and the Potatoes in the Basement."
Asian American Writers’ Workshop nominated my creative nonfiction piece “Carrying the Fire in the Windy City: A Personal History of Race and the American Outdoors, from Chicago’s Red Summer to Japanese American Incarceration," for a 2019 Pushcart Prize.
Sojourners Magazine has hosted my film reviews of Parasite and Get Out, as well as my writing on Digital Sacraments, Lenten hashtags of lament, and the 75th anniversary of the Japanese American incarceration.
Inheritance Magazine has welcomed my writing on a number of subjects. I appreciated the chance to question Christianity Today’s anti-black racism and to eulogize Laquan McDonald, James Cone, Martin Luther King Jr., and Rachel Held Evans for the publication. More can be viewed on my author’s page here.
The Pacific Citizen is a historically Japanese American community newspaper, for whom I’ve written book and television reviews, explored intra-community conversations about Nikkei women's liberation, memorializing incarceration history, and the relationship between Nikkei and African American racial stereotypes and reparations movements. I also chronicled my time in Selma for the fiftieth anniversary of the 1965 march for voting rights.