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New World Coming: Frontline Voices on Pandemics, Uprisings, and Climate Crisis | co-editor with Alastair Lee Bitsóí| Torrey House Press | November 2021

Breathing Stories: Utah Voices for Clean Air | Editor| Torrey House Press | January 2018

Chapter: Fashion Statement

essays + articles

Building queer visibility in rural Utah: A Q&A with barber and filmmaker, Kylee Howell | High Country News | July 2023

By Your Side: While lawmakers debated the future of the Great Salt Lake, a group of artists, scientists and community stewards kept vigil near the shoreline | Salt Lake City Weekly | March 2023

Brine Shrimp Rebels | in Consecrate/Desecrate | Great Salt Lake Collaborative| October 2022

Hope Asks | Torrey House Press | December 2020


Mishka Banuri's Crash Course in Political Activism | Sierra Magazine | June 2020 

In Utah, Young People Demand an End to Oil and Gas Leasing | Pacific Standard | January 2019

BLM is auctioning off our future | Salt Lake Tribune | December 2018


Pedaling Through a Changing Climate | | December 2018


Bikepacking Through an Environmental Paradox | Sierra Magazine | November 2018 


In the Desert Southwest, Young Leaders are Reimagining What a Climate Conference Can Be | Pacific Standard | September 2018

Hope Amid Climate Chaos on the Colorado Plateau | Buzzflash for Truthout | June 2018


Layers Exposed | Mapping Meaning | May 2018


Pedaling the Plateau: A journey through the frontlines of climate justice | Advocate Magazine | May 2018

We stand with Bears Ears and Grand Staircase for the long haul | Salt Lake Tribune | December 2017

What are we fighting for? | High Country News | November 2017

An Invitation | Torrey House Press | July 2017

The Eyes of the Young | in Red Rock Stories: Three Generations of Writers Speak on Behalf of Utah's Public Lands | Torrey House Press | July 2017

Zinke should stand with Bears Ears | Moab Sun News | February 2017

A cry for restraint | Moab Sun News | June 2016

Youth leaders reject PLI | Moab Sun News | January 2016

storytelling projects


Brooke and Kailey Ride Alaska 

Kailey Kornhauser and I received the Lael Rides Alaska Scholarship in 2018 to bike 1,000 miles across Alaska and listen to stories about climate change along the way


Layers Exposed

1,500 mile bike tour and story listening project in 2017 through communities on the frontlines of climate change and energy extraction in the Southwest



Shannon Elizabeth Bell, Fighting King Coal: The Challenges to Micromobilization in Central Appalachia | co-authored with Brett Clark| Mobilization | August 2018

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