“Poetic Sickness: Ed Bok Lee’s ‘Whorled’ illuminates earlier innocence.” Review of Ed Bok Lee’s Whorled. In International Examiner. April 11, 2015. http://www.iexaminer.org/2015/04/poetic-sickness-ed-bok-lees-whorled-illuminates-earlier-innocence/
“Introduction,” part of the collaborative piece “Desire and Dislocation: Asian International Transracial Adoptee Cultural Production and Mixed Race Identity Discourse” with Catherine Ceniza Choy, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Christina Mazza, and Jared Rehberg in the special issue, “Mixed Race Is An Inbox,” of The Asian American Literary Review 4:2 (Fall 2013): 31-36.
The Asian American Literary Review: Generations 3.1 (Spring 2012). “Forum response” (8-11).
“Tribalism’s Return: Bao Phi’s Song I Sing” in Lantern Review Blog. Dec. 14, 2011. http://www.lanternreview.com/blog/2011/12/14/review-tribalisms-return-bao-phis-song-i-sing/
With Catherine Ceniza Choy. “Memory Works: Re-imagining Loss in First Person Plural, Bontoc Eulogy, and History and Memory,” in The Proceedings of The Second International Symposium on Korean Adoption Studies. Seoul, South Korea. August 2, 2010
“Retrospace and Asian American Art.” Review of Asian/American/Modern Art: Shifting Currents: 1900-1970 Exhibition at the DeYoung Museum of Art, San Francisco. International Examiner 36.1 (2009).
With Catherine Ceniza Choy. “What Lies Beneath: Reframing Daughter From Danang,” in Outsiders Within. Jane Jeong Trenka, Julia Chinyere Oparah, and Sun Yung Shin, eds. Boston: South End Press, 2006. Korean trnaslation published by KoRoot Publishing, 2012.