Articles & Freelance Work

“Chicago is famous for a lot of things, but one of its best-kept secrets is a thriving community of some of the country’s most innovative poets…Four new collections released by Chicago poets this fall are deeply rooted in their racial and LGBTQ identities.”

Windy City Times article: “Chicago poets bear witness to LGBTQ-lived experiences in four new collections”


“More than five years of work snowballed into To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults—consisting of a book released in September, an exhibition, a portfolio for museums and teaching institutions, an expansive archive of oral history and much more.”

Windy City Times article: PHOTOGRAPHY Collaborative work spotlights older trans, GNC individuals


Social Beats is a type of campaign you can use as a Snips influencer to promote music, podcasts, and other audio content. Not a music influencer? Great! Snipping songs can be an unexpected and entertaining way to engage with your followers.”

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“In a market now flooded with mass-produced copycat pieces, where does a homeowner with a high-end budget begin to recreate this look while prioritizing quality and authenticity?

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“Surrounded by Chicago’s premier downtown neighborhoods, the Loop, the Gold Coast, and Streeterville, River North has become a living and entertainment destination in its own right.”

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“This July, the Dollhouse Reading Series held its 51st and final event in curator Dolly Lemke’s Lincoln Square apartment, bringing its five-year run in Chicago to a close with readings from over 20 poets.”

Interview: Dollhouse Reading Series Curators


“In Pelican (2015, YesYes Books), Emily O’Neill crafts a fragmented narrative of a second-coming-of-age: already a young woman, the speaker’s life continues to change throughout the death of her father, a miscarriage, bouts of depression, battles with violence towards the female body, and her continuous search for comfort in the forms of sex, whiskey, and freedom from the demons of her past.”

Book Review: Pelican by Emily O’Neill


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