For links to Tessara’s poetry, click here.

After Ferguson, In Solidarity (2015), Tessara Dudley & Mariah Leewright (Eds.), Portland: Mourning Glory Publishing.

Fallen/Forever Rising (2015), Portland: Mourning Glory Publishing.

BOOK REVIEW: Wintering and The Gunnywolf, both by Megan Snyder-Camp
Mom Egg Review, 14 August 2016

I’m Jewish But I Don’t Support Israel — And Neither Should Any Jew Dedicated To Social Justice
Black Girl Dangerous, 4 August 2015

25 Years of ADA
Portland Spectrum, June 2015 Issue

Picking up the Baton: Activists keep dead father’s pursuit for justice alive
The Portland Observer, 19 May 2015

Your Fave Is Problematic: Loving Media That Doesn’t Love You Back
Black Girl Dangerous, 1 May 2015

Speaking Up About Sexual Assaults at PSU
The Portland Observer, 30 April 2015

BOOK REVIEW: Morph and Bloom by Wendy Wisner
Mom Egg Review, 28 April 2015

Selma puts Lens to our Past, Present and Future
The Portland Observer, 11 February 2015

Finding Roses Behind Bars
Amy Gigi Alexander, 11 February 2015

Who Takes Care of the Caretakers?: Valuing and Supporting Those Who Nourish Our Movements From Behind-the-Scenes
Black Girl Dangerous, 3 February 2015

BOOK REVIEW: I Carry My Mother by Lesléa Newman
Mom Egg Review, 15 January 2015

Ethnic Studies: Pursuing a Passion for Diversity and Inclusion
The Prospect, 15 January 2015

It’s Who You Know: Getting Great Scholarship Recommendations
The Prospect, 28 December 2014

What I Fear As A Black Woman: Broadening the Conversation About Violence
Black Girl Dangerous, 16 December 2014

27 Productivity Apps for Managing ADHD (& Getting Stuff Done!)
The Prospect, 9 December 2014

Op-Ed: Ferguson, Finals, and Fatigue
The Prospect, 30 November 2014

Transferring from Community College to University
The Prospect, 14 November 2014

A Call to Arms: Why You Should Join Your School’s Student Government
The Prospect, 21 October 2014

Black, Woman, Traveler: Safer In Strange Places Than In the City Where I Live
Black Girl Dangerous, 16 October 2014

Poverty: the New Normal?
Medium, 4 September 2014

Freelancing for Academics
LinkedIn, 14 July 2014

The Bombs Bursting: Fourth of July Traditions and Trauma
Medium, 9 July 2014

Workplace Access: Fragrance Allergies on the Rise
LinkedIn, 7 July 2014

Anthologies and Journals:
“Justice for Whom” and “the summer we got free”
The Black Napkin vol. 2.1 (2017).

“postcards to nowhere”
Write Like You’re Alive 2016 (2016), Santa Cruz: Zoetic Press. PDF.

Wordgathering vol. 10.3 (2016).

“some days it seems like all we can do with our lives is lose them”
Words Dance Publishing (2016).

“My Black” and “Placeholder for Home”
Sparrow’s Trill: Writers respond to the Charleston Shooting (2015), Atlanta: Minerva Rising. Print.

“Oh, Misery”
After Ferguson, In Solidarity (2015), Portland: Mourning Glory Publishing. Print.

“This House”
North of North (2009), Portland: Write Around Portland. Print. Credited as Mayhem Dudley.

See the Water Rise/Ver Las Aguas Subir (2007), Portland: Write Around Portland.Print.  Credited as Mayhem.

The Sparkle in the Grit (2005), Portland: Write Around Portland. Print. Credited as Kitsune.

“Darkness” and “Laughing”
I Feel This Truth (2005), Portland: Write Around Portland. Print. Credited as Kitsune M.

“Rage Against”
Everyday Revolutions (2004), Portland: Write Around Portland. Print. Credited as Mayhem.

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