“How to Breathe in a Crisis,” Matter News.
“The Drug War is a Wound,” Matter News.
“White Knuckles: Methadone access complicated by winter storms,” Matter News.
“O Holy Night: Christmas Eve in a Warming Shelter,” The Reporting Project.
“How to Build a Table: Blyth Barnow on Harm Reduction in Ohio,” Matter News.
“What Ohio Can Learn from an Overdose Prevention Site in Denmark,” Matter News.
“What Politicians and (Especially) J.D. Vance Don’t Get about the Overdose Crisis,” Talking Points Memo.
“‘I could feel his heartbeat get fainter…,'” Columbus Dispatch.
“Suffer the Children,” Alive.
“Life Enabler,” Alive.
“A Deep, Angry Lament,” Alive.
“The Fentanyl Exposure Overdose Myth,” Alive.
“Light in the Darkness,” Alive.
“What Those in Power Are Missing about the Opioid Epidemic,” The Atlantic.
“Just Another Wednesday,” 100 Days in Appalachia.
“The Opioid Crisis–and Now the Pandemic–Show How Americans Don’t Believe in the Social Contract,” Salon.
“‘Don’t Forget the Beauty,'” 100 Days in Appalachia.
“There’s Nothing to Honor in the Confederacy,” Cleveland Plain Dealer.
“The Privilege of Knowing You’ll Never Be a Police Brutality Victim,” Salon.
“How Close We Are to Slavery,” Salon.
“Nina’s Strange Fruit: Inside the Jim Crow Childhood of the High Priestess of Soul,” Salon.
“The Last Drive to an Execution,” Cleveland Plain Dealer.
“South Carolina does not do subtle racism”: My life inside a segregation academy, Salon.
“Blacks in America have lived with terrorism for centuries”: Monstrous History at the Heart of the Charleston Massacre, Salon.
“Killing the In Cold Blood Killers: The Secret Remnants of a Grisly Execution,” Salon.
“Lynching Epidemic’s Reign of Terror,” Salon.
“A History of Killing Black Men and Getting Away With It,” Truthout.
“The Ominous Symbolism of the Noose,” Los Angeles Times.
“Tinkering with Ohio’s Machinery of Death,” Cleveland Plain Dealer.
“Things Past: Coming to Terms with the Orangeburg Massacre,” Green Spot Blue.
“Ever Onward: The Frontier Myth and the Information Age.” Fast Capitalism.