A Town Under Trial
What an unsolved double murder in Kentucky reveals about America’s military-industrial complex
The Oxford American, Spring 2017 issue
The Light of Salvation
Father Damian Hart and the pull of the Orthodox Church
The Oxford American, Fall 2018 Issue
Africatown and the 21st-Century Stain of Slavery
The descendants of Cudjo Lewis, the final survivor of the last slave ship to land in America, fight for respect and environmental justice.
NYMag Intelligencer, May 2018
Mark Zuckerberg Is Trying to Transform Education. This Town Fought Back.
How Connecticut parents resisted the Zuckerberg-backed Summit Learning Program.
NYMag Intelligencer, October 2018
How Has Chinatown Stayed Chinatown?
Against all odds, an ethnic monolith still exists within the most gentrified island on Earth. In part because of these 21 people.
New York, September 2015
The widening gyre of heavy-handed allusions to Yeats’s “The Second Coming.”
The Paris Review Daily, April 2015
What If Prosecutors Wanted to Keep People Out of Prison?
George Soros’s semi-secret plan to get progressive district attorneys elected all over the country.
NYMag Intelligencer, March 2018