The Bitter Southerner
Is Nashville Ready for an Art Fair?
A Hush in the Hustle: Doug Wheeler at the Guggenheim
Book Review: Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art
Loaded Symbols and Artistic Responsibility
Permanent Residents: Jenny Holzer at Cheekwood
What are some good art documentaries?
How can I stop procrastinating?
On the Art-Life and Work-Life Balance
Practice Makes Perfect
The Many Ways of Vinyl: Kevin Cooley and Phillip Andrew Lewis
Review: The Medium's Session at Zeitgeist Gallery
TSM receives "most significant collection of contemporary art"
A Glimpse into Bhutan, the 'Forbidden Kingdom'
Frist delves into European art, past and present
Maplewood students, Pakistani artist deliberate on drones
Malick Sidibé's energetic B&W photos on display
Frist curator explores 'Phantom Bodies'
Vanderbilt professor shares 'Lost Art' of photography
Sherrick & Paul exhibit Vivian Maier photos
The Ghosts of Technology Past
Jaume Plensa’s larger-than-life ‘Human Landscape’
William Eggleston and daughter Andra launch textile line.
American Grit: Katy Grannan Revisits Dust Bowl
12th and Broad
Nashville Arts Magazine
FICTION & OTHER THINGS
The Los Angeles Review
The Citron Review
Waxing & Waning: A Literary Journal
"Welcome to Midnight", essay, published in the anthology What Does It Mean to Be White in America, 2Leaf Press (New York), 2016.
"The Story of Tyler Hildebrand", exhibition catalogue essay, Tyler Hildebrand: Grandma Whitey, published by David Lusk Gallery, 2015.
"The Space Between", exhibition catalogue essay, Maysey Craddock: Strand, published by David Lusk Gallery, 2014.
"A New Way of Seeing", exhibition catalogue essay, Mary Addison Hackett: Crazy Eyes, published by David Lusk Gallery, 2014.