Selected Writing

Books

Co-editor with Lisa Duggan, Richard Kim, and Joseph DeFilippis. A New Queer Agenda. NYU Press. Forthcoming.

Co-editor w/ Dan Berger and Chesa Boudin. Letters From Young Activists: Today’s Rebels Speak Out. Nation Books. 2005.

Contributor. Spirited: Affirming the Soul of Black Gay/Lesbian Identity. Red Bone Press. 2006.

After Elton.com

Terence McNally’s “Some Men” (Review)

Ayinde Castro: Celebrity Face Beater (Interview)

Tori Fixx: Hip-Hop’s Homo Revolution (Interview)

Bilerico

We’re Still Living With AIDS

Black Commentator/WIN

Not Showing Up: Blacks, Military Recruitment, & The Anti-war Movement

TheBody/TheBodyPro.com

All Stories Here

City Limits

A House of Our Own

City Hall News

Hedging Bets on Hedge Funds

Colorlines

50 Cent’s New Pocketbook Values: Anti-Gay Won’t Pay, Even for Hip Hop

A Political Obituary of Etta James

CeCe McDonald Deserves Our Support, ‘Innocent’ or Not

The Real Lesson of North Carolina’s Amendment 1

The Grio.com

All Articles Here

The Indypendent

Incognegro Author Frank Wilderson Reads in NYC

Reading Gay Pride: New Books for the Queer Left

Analog Girl Finds The Digital World: A Review of Erykah Badu’s “New Amerykah, Pt.1”

Kenyon Farrow.com

Is Gay Marriage Anti-Black?

Open Letter to Condoleezza Rice

We Real Cool: On Hip-Hop, Asian-Americans, Black Folks, & Appropriation

Left Turn

Black is Not Enough: Thoughts on Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Black Left (Interview)

ABOLITION DEMOCRACY: BEYOND EMPIRE, PRISONS, & TORTURE (review)

Lose Your Mother: A Journey Along the Atlantic Slave Route

Make Yours A Happy Home: A Review of Claudine

POZ

Treatment Access Isn’t Just a Global Issue

Randomization Roullette: Are Current Studies Fair For Those With No Options?

In the House

Death Rates Higher Among Rural Positive Patients–But Why?

ReWire News

All stories here

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