“Fiya Wata”, “Autobiography for the body that won’t leave”, “Cracking Coconut”, “fleeing home,” Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora. (Forthcoming)


"How’s the Big Easy?",  "What will happen once quarantine is over?", and "The Moment We Learn We Are Dying", Sou'wester. (Forthcoming)

“Why I Can’t Cook” and “In the Village of Hammamat”, Xavier Review. (March, 2021).

"Black:", The New Southern Fugitives. (February, 2021)

"The Proper Way to Prepare the U.S. Flag", Ellipses. (December, 2020)

"The Proper Way to Prepare the U.S. Flag", Split This Rock!'s The Quarry: A Social Justice Poetry Database. (August 2020)

“Broken english”, Antenna.Works. (July, 2019)



Choreopoem. Triptych Project, Theater Alliance. (Forthcoming).

Play. Criminalize Me! A Play of Poetry and Provocation, Theater Alliance(December, 2020).

Play. TriggerHoward Players' 8x10 Play Festival, Howard University. (October, 2018). Selected as a winner of the 8x10 Play Festival. 

Monologue. "3 Generations" Women’s Voices Theater Festival:Young Women’s Voices Monologue Competition, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. (February, 2018). Selected playwright by Woolly Mammoth Co. in Washington, D.C