“Women’s Health in Scary Hands”. Surviving in the Hour of Darkness: The Health and Wellness of Women of Colour and Indigenous Women. Harding, Sophie, ed. University of Calgary Press. 2005.
Black Canadian Culture? (1996, Issue 6)
Look Who’s Not Listening (high school racism and media complicity, 1996, Issue 7)
Oh! Canada (an essay on race and the AGO. 1997, Issue 8)
Bam from Chakavek Ensemble. (performance review). January 22, 2006
“I am the Angel of your dissatisfaction” (performance review) September 18, 2005.
This Castle (by Moonhorse Dance Theatre, performance review), October 28, 2005.
bODY_rEMIX/ gOLDBERG_vARIATIONS. (performance review) November 4, 2005
Ballet Creole seeks Glory in Messiah (performance review) December 17, 2005.
Celtic Life International
The East Pointers (interview, uncredited online, credited in print), February 28th, 2019.
Exposure: the Journal of the Society of Photographic Education
Kadija de Paula: White (art review). Spring 2006, Volume 39, #1.
Beyond the Underground Railroad: The long, proud, ongoing history of black Toronto ( February 1, 2007 – Volume 16, Issue 18, cover story)
On the Spanish Request with Author Guy Gavriel Kay. (Volume 2, #2, Issue 6.
Sway Magazine (Torstar Inc.)
The Sky’s the limit: Natasha Eloi lands the job of a lifetime with SpaceTV
(Spring 2008, Volume 3, Issue 1, pg. 71)
Little Mosque, big success: Actor Arlene Duncan lights up the small screen
(Summer 2008, Volume 3, Issue 2, pg. 70)
All the right moves: meet judges Luther Brown and Tré Armstrong of So You Think You Can Dance. ( Fall 2008, Volume 3, Issue 3, pg. 45)
The Toronto Star
The Sad Truth about Babar the “gigolo”(July 29, 1997, Talking Point piece on colonialism)