“Feast Days / أيام الأعياد” (self-translated poem) appears online in Lunch Ticket, Issue 12, Winter 2017.
“Becoming Bedouin: Daughter, Teacher, Sister” appears online and in print in Silk Road Review: a literary crossroads, Issue 18: The Architecture of Identity, Fall 2017; it was also a finalist in the Nonfiction “Identity” Contest, Cardinal Sins, Winter 2017.
“Snapshots of the Globalized Generation” appears in a special post-election edition of Stoneboat titled “Beyond Red and Blue: Voices from America,” Volume 7.2, April 2017.
“Trusting Sayf” (fiction) appears in Newfound, March 2017.
“The Peace of Iraq’s Mothers” appears in New Madrid, Journal of Contemporary Literature, Volume XII, Number 1, Winter 2017; it was reprinted in DoveTales, An International Journal of The Arts, May 2017.
“Terrorist or Tragedy? My Struggle with the Tale of Sajida al-Rishawi” appears in Gulf Stream Literary Magazine, Online Issue #16, Winter 2016. Nominated for the 2017 Best of the Net anthology by Sundress Publications.
“That Other Hijab Story” appears in From Sac, Volume 4, 2016.
“What To Do In a Terror Alert” (poem) appears in Forage Poetry Journal, Volume 1, Issue 4, Fall 2016; will be reprinted in The Poeming Pigeon: In the News, in August 2018.
“Passing the Peace: A Tradition in Many Faiths” was published as a resource for Unitarian Universalist religious educators and worship leaders.
“The Bystander’s Dilemma.” Sermon at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Midcoast, Damariscotta, ME. May 14, 2017.
“The Influence of Islam on My New York Unitarian Life.” Lecture to the Women’s Alliance of All Souls Unitarian Church, New York, NY. May 18, 2016.
“Our Interconnection with Muslim Lives.” Sermon at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Midcoast, Damariscotta, ME. January 2, 2016.
“Beyond ‘Time, Talent and Treasure’” (guest blog) appears on the Website of UU Class Conversations.
“Alex Delgado Builds Credit and a Financial Future.” Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners website. June, 2017.
“Michelle Torres Sees Home Ownership in Her Future with Insights from Financial Counselor.” Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners website. March, 2017.
“It’s Okay To Be Angry.” StopStreetHarassment.org. September, 2015.
“New Members Already Engaged in Congregational Life.” The All Souls Beacon. Jun 17, 2014.
“UN Seminar Explores Indigenous Rights.” The All Souls Beacon. May 9, 2014.
“The New Egyptian Normal.” NewMatilda.com. Feb 21, 2011. Reprinted on this site.
“Cleaning Up Cairo.” NewMatilda.com. Feb 14, 2011. Reprinted on this site.
“Cairo from the Streets.” NewMatilda.com. Feb 4, 2011. Reprinted on this site.
“Sid Ismahan’s Brothers and Daughters” was one of ten finalists for the 2017 writing contest at Epiphany: a literary magazine.
“The Worst Tenth Grader” was one of nine finalists for The Southampton Review‘s 2017 Frank McCourt Prize for Memoir; a version of it was also recorded at the 6th annual Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of New York story slam, and may appear on Peace Corps Stories: The Unofficial Podcast in 2017.