My writings on media, culture and politics have appeared in a number of books and publications.
A few essays and reports I have written include:
- Small Town Community Radio Takes On the Housing Crisis (The Progressive, 2018)
- At a time when local information is needed, FCC vote endangers public-access stations (Current, 2019)
- Corporate radio’s classic hip-hop oldies stations could destroy the genre’s history (Guardian, 2015)
- “I’m a testament to public media’s transformative power” (Current, 2017)
- Community radio: grappling with the new digital ecosystem (Radio Survivor, 2014)
- Public Enemy’s It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back changed the shape of hip-hop (Treble, 2018)
- Related: Believe The Hype: Groundbreaking Public Enemy Album Celebrates 30 Years (Wisconsin Public Radio, 2018)
- What Fathers Should Tell Their Sons (Feminist Current, 2015)
- Join the celebration of National Radio Day (Current, 2016)
- How To Get Your Band Played On The Radio – Everything You Need To Know! (Metal Injection, 2017)
- Interview: Men, Feminism and the Cult of Hugo Schwyzer (2012)
- Ronda Rousey makes $3m a year but most UFC fighters don’t get what they deserve (Guardian, 2015)
- Related: Interview with Eddie Goldman on the Guardian piece and MMA’s labor inequity (2015)
The topics I have covered in books include:
- Economic crises’ impact on communities of color (The End of the World as We Know It? Crisis, Resistance, and the Age of Austerity)
- Incarceration rates and legacy effects on diverse communities (The End of Prisons: Reflections from the Decarceration Movement)
- Latin American populist movements and their global influence (The Accumulation of Freedom: Writings on Anarchist Economics)
In addition, a 2004 radio interview I did with controversial political theorist J. Sakai was transcribed and appeared in the updated release of the book Settlers: The Mythology of the White Proletariat from Mayflower to Modern.
Longform writings on community media are coming soon.