writing


 I Was Once Incarcerated for a Non-Violent Drug Offense. Let’s Do Lunch, Kamala Harris |Courier Newsroom – Published November 25, 2020


The White Supremacy I Saw in Prison Is Also in the White House | Courier Newsroom – Published: November 2, 2020


I Was Once Incarcerated and Now Can’t Vote. But I Still Appreciate the US Constitution  | Courier Newsroom – Published September 1, 2020


Why Social Distancing Is Nothing New To Dedicated Long-Distance Lovers | Blavity – Published: May 21, 2020


“I’m existing, not living:” Stories of tough jobs and the loneliness of quarantine | The Washington Post – Published April 21, 2020


Sonic Footprints Down Highway 61 | Five Points: A Journal of Literature and Art – Published June 23, 2017


If an ex-con can forgive Hillary Clinton, why can’t other liberals? | Blavity – Published March 23, 2016


Lunch with an ex-con: How about it, Loretta Lynch? | The Baltimore Sun – Published May 19, 2015


Matthew Parker: Amnesty by Any Other Name | Guernica – Published July 29, 2013


The NRA Is Wrong: The Myth of Illegal Guns | The Daily Beast – Published May 26, 2013


A Taste of Larceny in My Blood | The Rumpus – Published February 13, 2013


Wanting to Kill   | New York Times Sunday Review – Published August 4, 2012


A Student of Intimacy, Step by Step   | New York Times Style – Published January 23, 2009


The Future Mayor of Hoboken   | Columbia Spectator – Published October 18, 2009


Book Notes – “Larceny in My Blood”   | Largeheartedboy.com – Published August 17, 2012


Matthew Parker’s “Larceny in My Blood”   | My Book, The Movie – Published August 7, 2012


Page 69 Test “Larceny in My Blood”   | Page 69 Test – Published August 5, 2012


Matthew Parker: Writers Read   | What Are Writers Reading – Published August 15, 2012