“Lettered Encounters: Ana Castillo’s Mixquiahuala Letters Poetics of Spilling.” New Transnational Latinx Perspectives on Ana Castillo. Edited by Karen Roybal and Bernadine Hernández. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021, pp. 33-48.
“Dreaming a Radical Citizenship: How Undocumented Queers in the United States Configure Sites of Belonging and Being through Art and Media Technologies.” Special Issue: Re-Queering the Nation: America’s Queer Crisis. European Journal of American Studies. Volume 11, Issue 3: February 2017.
“On Leaving” EN MEDIO: Senses of Migration Exhibition Catalogue. Lilley Museum. University of Nevada Reno. (August 2022).
“Formations.” The Sun isn’t Out Long Enough, edited by Tatevik Sargsyan. Anamot Press. (August 2021).
“Oracle” Albunicionista Magazine. Online. (August 2020).
“Waiting to Fire.” The Journal for Latina Critical Feminism. (Spring 2018).
“Our Words at Sea.” Hematopoiesis Press. Scarification Issue. (February 2018).
“The Sting Thereafter.” Le Petit Press’s Mo(u)rning Anthology (March 2018).
"Invitación." Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures 1.2 (2017): 186-186.
“Orchestral Longings.” Rejoinder Journal. The Stranger Within Issue. Rutgers University. (May 2018).
“Leaking Forms, A Past.” Rejoinder Journal. The Stranger Within Issue. Rutgers University. (May 2018).
"Identity Ruptures," and "We answer" in “States of La Frontera” Issue of pacificREVIEW. (September 2018)
“Routes of Resistance and Memory in the Art of Guillermo Bert.” Guillermo Bert: The Journey. Edited by Ann M. Wolfe and Vivian Zavataro. Exhibition Catalogue. Nevada Museum of Art. (Forthcoming, August 2023.)
“Por un arte andante: vías de resistencia y memoria en la obra de Guillermo Bert”. Guillermo Bert: The Journey. Edited by Ann M. Wolfe and Vivian Zavataro. Exhibition Catalogue. Nevada Museum of Art. (Forthcoming, August 2023.)