Interviewed for MFA Day Job blog.

Featured in “Doctors make last-ditch effort to sink GOP health-care bill,” Washington Post.

Featured on the College of William & Mary’s Liberal Arts at Work series.

“7 Questions with Irène Mathieu” interview in Yemassee Journal.

Interviewed on the Contemporary Black Canvas podcast, Episode 11.

Featured on Howlarium: Beyond Ideology? Creative writing’s (new?) political imperatives.

Interviewed by William Woolfitt for Speaking of Marvels.

Interviewed by Katie Schmid Henson for The Prairie Schooner.

Featured on Shevaun Brannigan’s blog as a finalist in the Brittany Noakes Award poetry competition.

Featured on the Scientific American blog as part of the #SundayScholar series.

Non-peer-reviewed prose online
Review of The January Children by Safia Elhillo in Muzzle Magazine (2017).
More than an election: Healing the nation post-Nov. 8 on the National Physicians Alliance blog (2016).
Review of Yearling by Lo Kwa Mei-En in Muzzle Magazine (2016).
Refugee resettlement in Philadelphia, PA: Challenges and opportunities. An interview with Michelle Munyikwa on Global Health Hub (2016).
Commentary: Failure to adequately fund pre-k hurts Pa. children (co-authored) in The Philadelphia Inquirer (2016).
Why the world can’t wait for universal preschool on Global Health Hub (2016).
Let’s demand accountability for the safety and well-being of our children on (2015).
Syria and the Global Health Community on Global Health Hub (2015).
Being Black as a Global Health Hazard on Global Health Hub (2015).
Book Review: Malaria, Poems on Global Health Hub (2015).
Reflections on Academia and the Ethics of Global Health Education on Global Health Hub (2015).
Love Between the Lines on Love Insha’Allah (2014).
The Island: A Memoir on Love Insha’Allah (2014).
The Most Beautiful Woman I’ve Ever Seen in The Lindenwood Review (2011). *This piece was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.