Personal essays:

A Miscarriage Saved My Marriage hard-won reflections about a bunch of stuff women don't often admit

My 24 hours on Instagram on the Rumpus

Stilled and beating hearts an essay about losing my beloved pet, from Modern Loss

Cabinet 2 about anorexia and motherhood from The Rumpus


How secondary dumbphones can help curb tech addiction and why slow communication is poised to trend at Electric Literature

Investigating the new "sensitive" robots at Quartz

Breaking up with your smartphone at Medium

Publishing's Bright Future for Publishers Weekly

Selected short stories:

Dispatch from the Fetal Reduction from Blip Magazine

Clarins published in Anderbo

Analysis of blood from Fiddleback

Ballad of the Single Leg Air Dancer from Hobart

Interviews with Courtney about TOUCH

"Behind the scenes of Trend Forecasting" with Yahoo

"What is tech for?" on the "Techtonic" podcast with Mark Hurst on WFMU.

The writing life outside of academia with DIY MFA

Part time author, part time namer: What it's like to name cosmetics with GirlBoss

"How to look well-rested when you haven't rested at all," Makeup tips with Jane Iredale cosmetics

On good habits (and bad ones!) with happiness guru, Gretchen Rubin.

What the fuck is a beach read anyway? for Electric Literature

A podcast with fellow namer Caitlin Barrett about branding and verbal strategy on The Brandhole "Breakthroughs" episode

Novelist Courtney Maum satirizes the tech world" an interview with The Stranger

"The Art of Looking into the Future" with Vincent Scarpa from Electric Literature

"The End of Touch" with book critic, Ben Woodard from The Millions

Audiobooks, the power of female instinct, and the industry of trend forecasting Q&A with Deborah Kalb

A playlist for TOUCH with anecdotes about the song selections for Largehearted Boy

What is Courtney Maum reading? Campaign for the American

"Open Book" with the Berkshire Eagle


Equestrian writing

A woman with a mallet, mounted on a horse  Personal essay about what it's like trying to learn polo at 38 years old, the New York Times, April

Straight from the horse's mouth What Roy Moore's poor horsemanship reveals Medium

The Long Game: What does it take to be an equine scout? Equestrian Living (p. 26 of April issue) April

A portrait of two equestrians Norfolk Now, October