More than anything else, probably, I like when I read something that feels like I’ve never read it before. I’m greedy as a reader that way. I like both beautiful things and ugly things, but only when the beauty or the ugly are being leveraged in service of the thinking. I want essays that ask questions they can’t answer, but ask anyway. And I want resilience when I can find it. -

T. Clutch Fleischmann


Myriad Selves -  Green Mountain Review, January 2018 (print and online)

moon phase -  Triangle House Review

 Kara Walker and the Black Imagination -  The Believer, December 2017

*Chosen by the Rumpus Roundup in December 2017

Black Women Want a Revolution: On Black Women and Objectification -  Rewire, October 2018

Our Existence as Women of Color is Resilience: It is Radical Love - Rewire, June 2017

Delilah, Sinister Wisdom, Issue 100 (print only)

Samson, EMERGE: Lambda Literary 2015 Fellows Anthology (print only)

Lightwork Annual -  Samantha Box review (print only)

Jean Michel Basquiat and the Immortal Black Life -  Hyperallergic, May 2015

Who Are the Black Girls in the New French Film Girlhood? -  Bitch Media, February 2015

victory -  Feminist Wire, January 2013


Empathy, Fantasy, and the Power of Protest: An Interview with Chitra Ganesh -  Hyperallergic, October 2016

Where My Girls At: Meet Two of Ferguson's Black Queer Activists -  Bitch Media, April 2015