• “The Art of War”, forthcoming at Protean
  • “Hinterlands”. Guernica.
  • “Trouble in Paradise”. The Brooklyn Rail.
  • “Rough Sleepers and Hope for the Houseless”. Truthout
  • “Police Attempt a Charm Offensive Amid Uprisings”. Truthout.
  • “We Shouldn’t Quantify the COVID-19 Pandemic in Terms of 9/11”. Truthout.


  • “Abolishing Private Prisons is a Start, But It Won’t End Mass Incarceration”. Truthout.
  • “An Antiwar Response to Trump’s Anti-Trans Military Ban Is Possible”. Truthout.


  • “Nampeyo and the Sikyátki Revival” at the de Young. 
  • Diego Rivera’s “Pan American Unity” Mural at the SFMOMA. 
  • You Are Here: California Stories on the Map” at the Oakland Museum of California.
  • Dorothea Lange: Photography as Activism” at the Oakland Museum of California. 
  • “Packed with Lessons to Live By, Rebeldita La Alegre en el País de los Ogros is A Story to Read Aloud”. Review of Dr. Oriel María Siu’s Rebeldita la Alegre.
  • “Documenting Confinement, Opening a New Future”. Review of Dr. Terry Kupers’ Solitary: The Inside Story of Supermax Isolation and How We Can Abolish It. California Prison Focus.


  • Rebeldita the Fearless in Ogreland. Dr. Oriel María Siu. Izote Press.
  • Christopher the Ogre Cologre, It’s Over! Dr. Oriel María Siu.
  • Infernal Splendor and Other Poems. Róger Lindo. Izote Press, forthcoming 2022.
    • “I” in MAYDAY Magazine and “XXVIII” in The Ilanot Review.
    • Excerpts forthcoming in Cordite Poetry Review, The Puritan, Metamorphoses, Protean, and Ezra
    • Translator notes forthcoming at Cordite Poetry Review and The Town Crier
  • Translated poetry by Mario Ángel Escobar
  • El perro en la niebla. Róger Lindo. Izote Press. Planned project.

Academic Publications

  • “Machine Wash, Pink: The “Trans Military Ban”, Media, and Pinkwashing the U.S. War Machine”. Under Review in Transgender Studies Quarterly.
  • “Exhausting People, Extracting Revenue: Police, Prisons, and Counterinsurgency”. Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict & World Order.
  • “Retracing Homophobic Tendencies in Two Central American Novels: Héctor Tobar’s The Tattooed Soldier and Javier Payera’s Ruido De Fondo”. Revista De Filología y Lingüística de la Universidad De Costa Rica.