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Will This Make You Happy (illustrator), by Tanya Bush. Forthcoming from Chronicle, Fall 2025.

Sweet Nothings (illustrator), by Sarah Perry. Forthcoming from Mariner, 2024.

Justine. Tin House, Portland, 2021.

Girlhood (illustrator), by Melissa Febos. Bloomsbury, New York, 2021.

The Art of the Affair (illustrator), by Catherine Lacey. Bloomsbury, New York, 2017.


Don’t forget, cult is short for culture!“ and “It’s love.Hot Pink Mag, Issue Five, January 7, 2023.


The Well.” Northwest Review, Vol. 51 | 01, Fall 2021.

Spiritual Adventure Should Get You High: How Amanda Montell’s Cultish Spoke to This Cult Survivor.” The Believer, June 15, 2021.

Cut Knuckles.” Catapult, June 9, 2021.

On Obsessive Female Relationships in Literature: A Reading List.” Literary Hub, March 3, 2021.


Alison.” BOMB Magazine, March 2, 2021.

You Wear My Shoes.” Refinery29, March 2, 2021.

Fat Bodies.” Granta Magazine, February 26, 2021.


The Art of the Affair. Julie Saul Gallery, New York, January–March 2017.

The Art of the Book. Butler Library at Columbia University, New York, March—May 2014.

Comics at Columbia: Past, Present, Future. Kempner Gallery at Columbia University, New York, October 2014.

Magical Thinking. Interdisciplinary Arts Council at Columbia University, New York, March 2013.

Start as Close to the End as Possible. Torrance Shipman Gallery, New York, October 2013.

Broken Up. Leroy Neiman Print Center at Columbia University, New York, December 2012.


It Hurts at First,” with Meg Fernandes. Broadcast, June 5, 2024.

On Ten Iconic Women Writers of Film and Television,” with Li Patron. Literary Hub, February 13, 2024.

“Justine.” The Believer. (February/March 2019).

Intrusions.” Tin House, with Melissa Febos. (Winter 2018).

The Breakup Museum: Archiving the Way We Were.” Virginia Quarterly Review, with Leslie Jamison. (Winter 2018).

“Downward Mobility.” The Believer. (February 2014).