2022Redwood and Wildfire(link)
2022Will Do Magic(link)
2020Master of Poisons(link)
2019Dumb House, a short story in New Suns: Original Speculative Fiction by People of Color edited by Nisi Shawl(link)
2018“It’s our time: Women of Wakanda” essay in Los Angeles Review of Books(link)
2017“What Art Does: When the World Wounds by Kiini Ibura Salaam,” essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books(link)
2016Will Do Magic For Small Change(link)
2016“Ghost Dances on Silver Screens: Pumzi and Older than America” essay in Extrapolation Vol 57, Nos 1-2, Spring/Summer 2016, edited by John Rieder, Grace L. Dillon, and Michael Levy(link)
2015Saltwater Road, a novelette in Lightspeed Magazine, July 2015, Issue 62(link)
2014Thunderbird at the Next World Theatre, a play in Geek Theatre edited by Jen Gunnels and Erin Underwood(link)
2014LONELY STARDUST: Two Plays, a Speech, and Eight Essays published by Aqueduct Press Purchase(link) – link2
2014“Dismantling the Echo Chamber: On Africa SF,” essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books
– Essay found here
2014“Disappearing Natives: The Colonized Body is Monstrous,” article in Extrapolation(link)
2013“A Prophet Against Empire: Interview with Andrea Hairston,” in Paradoxa 25: Africa SF ed. by Mark Bould(link)
2013A review of Big Mama Stories by Eleanor Arnason in Cascadia Subduction Zone(link)
2013“Disappearing Natives: The Colonized Body is Monstrous,” essay in The WisCon Chronicles: Volume 7 ed. by JoSelle Vanderhooft(link)
2013“Guest of Honor 2012 Speech” in The WisCon Chronicles: Volume 7 ed. by JoSelle Vanderhooft(link)
2012Impolitic (with Debbie Notkin), fiction and essays published by Aqueduct Press(link)
2012“Different and Equal Together: SF Satire in District 9,” article in Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts(link)
2011“Heretical Connectedness: An Appreciative Look at Symbiotic Planet by Lynn Margulis,” review in Cascadia Subduction Zone
2011Redwood and Wildfire a novel forthcoming in April 2011 from Aqueduct Press(link)
2010“Stories Are More Important than Facts: Imagination as Resistance in Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth” in Narrative Power: Encounters, Celebrations, Struggles edited by L. Timmel Duchamp from Aqueduct Press(link)
2010“Romance of the Robot: From RUR & Metropolis to WALL-E” in The WisCon Chronicles: Volume 4 ed. by Sylvia Kelso from Aqueduct Press(link)
2008“Lord of the Monsters—Minstrelsy Redux: King Kong, Hip Hop, and the Brutal Black Buck,” in the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts (link)
2008“Double Consciousness,” in Afro-Future Females: Black Writers Chart Science Fiction’s Newest New Wave Trajectory ed. Marleen Barr(link)
2007“King Kong,” article in The WisCon Chronicles: Volume 1ed. by L. Timmel Duchamp from Aqueduct Press(link)
2006Mindscape a novel (link)
2006“Octavia Butler–Praise Song to a Prophetic Artist,” article in Daughters of Earth ed. by Justine Larbalestier(link)
2004“Driving Mr. Lenny,” article for The International Review of Science Fiction 
2004Griots of the Galaxy, a short story in So Long Been Dreaming: Postcolonial Visions of the Future an anthology edited by Nalo Hopkinson and Uppinder Mehan(link)
2004Mindscape novel excerpt for Dark Matter, Reading The Bones, Warner Books ed. By Sheree R. Thomas 
2002Poetry in African Voices 
1998Woyzeck From Sarajevo, a translation of Woyzeck Von Sarajevo, a play by Kaća Čelan 
1997Defiance Suction by Roy Faudree, translated from English to German 
1993Article for Directing Theater as if Gender and Race Matter, ed. by Ellie Doncan & Susan Clement 
1992Fools’ Harvest, a translation of Die Spielverderber by Michael Ende 
1991People, People, My People, for Smith Art Museum’s Betye and Alison Saar Exhibit 
1988-89The Black Women’s Survival Kit, play, commissioned by Rites and Reason to tour New England 
1988Eating The Night – Performance Piece with Music, a Video Documentary for The Folk Traditions Video Series funded by Springfield Cable Television 
1982“If You Just Change The Key It’s Still The Same Old Song – Radical Perspectives on Language, Aesthetics, and Criticism” for a journal commemorating radical Black Theatre, published by Hatch-Billops Collections 
1980Review of a A Short Walk, by Alice Childress in “Sojourner,” Boston, MA 
1979Poetry in “Chomo-Uri,” Amherst, MA 
1977On Display – Do Not Touch, a play published by the Shubert Foundation and Hellcoal Press