Brittany has fiction forthcoming in Green Mountains Review, and another essay forthcoming from Catapult in late March. Watch this page for updates!
MASTERS OF CONTRADICTION, a review
HOW TO BE HEARTBROKEN, an essay
GLORY IN THE FLOORLAMPS, an essay
Published on Longreads, this comparative fangirl review explores two approaches to writing Blackness in America.
Initially published on Catapult, this is an essay about how break-up narratives help us mythologize heartbreak.
Initially published on Catapult, this piece concerns how theatre came to replace "church" in one writer's adolescent arithmetic.
IN TRANSIT: VIEWS FROM CERTAIN BRIDGES, an essay
HERE TO SERVE, a short story
SMALL CLAIMS, a short story
Initially published in Brooklyn Based, this piece chronicles the shifting views outside my window, a shifting sense of New Yorker mythology, and the canonized metropolis made popular by Joan Didion, Fran Lebowitz and E.B. White.
Initially published in Esme Weijun Wang's Early Morning, this prose piece is a love/hate letter to the service industry.
Initially published in The Tishman Review (where it was nominated for a Pushcart Prize!), this story is about a set of young, black, upwardly mobile parents learning to navigate parenthood in a gentrifying neighborhood.