So happy to have my first Shouts and Murmurs in The New Yorker: Classic Musicals Updated
And here are a few more I've written for TNY: Am I Really Planning to Attend Your Event?: A Guide Other recent Daily Shouts at The New Yorker are False Assumptions I Made About Classic Works of Literature Before Reading Them, Other To-the-Point Songs... and Thirty-Six Hours in...Your Hometown!
And you can find everything I've written for The New Yorker here: Shannon Reed
At The Establishment: Personas I'm Considering Adopting When I Become an Old Woman
And here's where it all began -- my first big hit for McSweeney's Internet Tendency: Security Questions for Single, Childless People
I've written a bunch of articles for The Washington Post about college. Here's one of the most popular of them: The 7 Things New College Students Don't Know...
A topic close to my NYC-loving heart for AFAR: 7 Great Books About New York City
An essay about Pittsburgh, theater and baseball for Longreads.com: Can a Sports-Crazed City Turn a Theater Person Into a Baseball Person?
An appreciation of Waiting for Godot for LitHub: Why We Keep Waiting for Godot
Highly Recommended: The Pittsburgh Salad: Eater.com published my love letter to Burghian food.
At Ozy,com: Are My Waiters Assholes Or Just French?
For Vulture.com: Let's Celebrate the Style of The Good Wife's Diane Lockhart
For The Glassblock, a new web magazine out of Pittsburgh: The Rusting, Maroon 1997 Altima and Me
For Barrelhouse, Jesus of the Milk Bottles
From Belt Magazine, Our Friendliness Will Save Us
Guernica Daily published my essay, "The Compliment Game" about teaching playwriting in Brooklyn.
An essay on Ferguson, et al. The Boys I Know
Snoodles, flash fiction up at Litro.
At Mud Season Review, my short story, The Buddhists.
My short story, DeSean, is at Kweli Journal.