My nonfiction has appeared in many publications and in syndication. Here's a smattering. There's also one short story. It's generally not my form, but... this one works.
My most recent non-fiction can be found at Huffington Post.
Is the Web too Cool for Blacks?
Why, in the late '90s, were Black Americans slow to take to the Web?
The Pattern Fetish
Our Enlightenment minds hunt for patterns even when they're egregiously meaningless
Feed Magazine [defunct]
The Kinship of Strangers
Kinship_Feed [pdf 1.9 MB]
On the self-aggrandizing, neo-con myth of a colorblind society
Bob Dylan's "Time Out of Mind"
Dylan_Feed [pdf 692 KB]
Beauty and mortality on disc
Live at Storyville - fiction
For the love of jazz
BUZZ Magazine [defunct]
He's Your Monster, Not Mine
Monster_Buzz [pdf 779 KB]
Bad hair and enraged by the status quo
Additional works are not freely available, but include:
New York Times Magazine
The Revolt of the Black Bourgeoisie
Nevermind the ghetto for a while
Los Angeles Times Magazine
On Plastic Pond
Beauty and mortality in your own back yard
New York Times Op-Ed
American Mantra: Blame the Black Man
Their title, not mine
Washington Post Outlook
Country to Call My Own
Nevermind the Crackers, too