- We Are Dancing for You: Native Feminisms and the Revitalization of Womens Coming-of-Age Ceremonies. University of Washington Press, 2018.
- "mini-k’iwh’e:n (For That Purpose—I Consider Things) (Re)writing and (Re)righting Indigenous Menstrual Practices to Intervene on Contemporary Menstrual Discourse and the Politics of Taboo" Cultural Studies↔ Critical Methodologies (2016): 1532708616638695.
- "The New Native Intellectualism: #ElizabethCookLynn, Social Media Movements, and the Millennial Native American Studies Scholar.” Wicazo Sa Review 31.1 (2016): 90-110.
- "Coyote is Not a Metaphor: On Decolonizing, Renaming and Reclaiming Coyote" Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education and Society, 4.1 (2015).
- "Why we gather: traditional gathering in native Northwest California and the future of bio-cultural sovereignty." Ecological Processes 2.1 (2013): 17.
- "Water is Life: The Flower Dance Ceremony" News from Native California, Volume 30, Issue 3, Spring 2017.
- “We Fight for the Land, the Earth, Everything: From Bears Ears to the High Country of California.” Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for Bears Ears, 2016.
- "We Resist, We Survive: Leonard Peltier and Imprisoned Indians." teleSUR English. February 6, 2016, web.
- "Ten Days or Thoughts on That My Baby." As/Us Journal, Issue 5, December 6, 2015
- “Xoq’it-Ch’iswa:l On Her They Beat Time, A Flower Dance Is Held For Her: The Revitalization of the Women’s Coming-of-Age Ceremony Part Two.” Two Rivers Tribune, Volume 21, Issue 32, August 11, 2015.
- “No:’olchwin-ding, No:’olchwin-te To Grow Old In A Good Way: The Hupa Flower Dance and Revitalization of Women’s Coming of Age Ceremonies in Native California.” Two Rivers Tribune, Volume 21, Issue 30, July 28, 2015.
- “Hupa Language Thrives Through Online Resources.” Two Rivers Tribune, Volume 21, Issue 30, July 28, 2015.
- "A Poem for Frog Woman." News from Native California, Volume 27, Number 4, 2014
- "Why I Teach The Walking Dead in my Native Studies Classes." Nerds of Color. April 24, 2014, web.
- "On Separating Veronica Brown from her father Dusten Brown." Native News Online. September 27,2 014, web.
- The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King (Review). The American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Volume 38, Issue 3, 2014, 179-182.
- Engaged Resistance: American Indian Art, Literature, and Film from Alcatraz to the NMAI by Dean Rader (review) The American Indian Quarterly, Volume 37, Numbers 1-2, Winter/Spring 2013, pp. 261-263
- Life Stages and Native Women: Memory, Teachings, and Story Medicine. By Kim Anderson. (review) The American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Volume 37, Number 1, 2013, pp. 183-186