In print

“On the Hex: A Roadmap for Experiential Oral Histories” : Written with the Carver [ON] Record team for The International Journal of Arts Education, 2019.

MASS Action Toolkit : Contributor to the (free!) 2018 action guide to equity in museum work

“Identity, Narrative, and Mis-Education in a More-Than-Human World” : A collaborative article with my daughter, Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant, in Mapping Meaning, the Journal, Issue No. 1, 2018

"Toward a STEM + Arts Curriculum: Creating the Teacher Team" : STEAM article written with Juliette Harris for Art Education

“Louder” : A poetic tribute to Prince. Toni and Nelly Kate Anderson collaborated on this broadside. Triple Stamp Press in Richmond, VA, printed it on purple stock.

TWO FOR LITTLE RIVER : A tiny limited edition letterpress folio to celebrate the first Little River Poetry Festival

KEHINDE WILEY: A NEW REPUBLIC OPENS SATURDAY AT VMFA : Profile of the artist and exhibit for Richmond Free Press

BLACK NATURE : Editor Camille T. Dungy calls this an "introduction to a new way of thinking about nature writing and writing by black Americans." The first in my brown girl's nature poem cycle is published here.

POECOLOGY : Inaugural issue! An online journal of poems inspired by the natural world (and caring for it). 

TOAD : Three poems in Toad 

MATH INTO VISUAL ART INTO MATH INTO POETRY AND LEAH GILLIAM AT WORK AT PLAY : Encounters with math artist John Sims and his maths-art exhibit series at the Bowery Poetry Club in New York; for the "Innovation" issue of the International Review of African American Art. Media artist and educator Leah Gilliam is profiled, too. 

GROUND : Fifteen poems about the Earth and us. Hand-bound, letterpress book art collaboration with Shakespeare Press Museum. Numbered limited edition available.

RECKONING : Portfolio collaboration with printmaker Barry Ebner. Eleven poems and images tell a family’s story of domestic violence. Numbered limited edition of 21.

THE PLACE WITHIN WHERE THE UNIVERSE RESIDES : T’s first letterpress chapbook of poems. Lovingly printed and hand-stitched at Shakespeare Press Museum, San Luis Obispo, California.