Forthcoming book tentatively entitled Creole Son: An Adoptive Mother Untangles Nature and Nurture. This book will combine personal narrative with analysis of science and social science research.
Psychology Today Blogs including “Adoption Can Create a Different Kind of Family” and others.
Huffington Post Blogs including “Genetics and Adoption: Implications for Adoptive Parents” and others.
Guest Blog on Psychology Today, “Challenges of Single Adoptive Parenting,”
Guest Blog on Psychology Today, “Adoption and Class Differences”
Book review of By Blood by Ellen Ullman, Adoption and Culture, Vol. 4, 2014, pp 257-259.
Organizer and discussant for a panel entitled "The Myth of Nurture in Adoption Outcomes and the Reality of the Interaction of Genes and Environment," Ninth, Biennial Adoption Initiative Conference, presented by St. John's University and Montclair State University, June 11, 2016.
”You’re Not a Racist, but You are a Classist,” talk to be presented in May 2014 at the 8th Biannual Adoption Initiative Conference at St John’s University in New York City.
Organizer and speaker on a panel entitled “Crossing Boundaries: Adoption Researcher and Adoptee/ Adoptive Parent: How does our personal experience influence our research and visa-a-versa.” for the March 2014 5th International Conference of The Alliance for the Study of Adoption and Culture, Tallahassee, Florida.
“Addiction, Reunion and Open Adoption,” paper presented in April 2013 at the 5th annual New Worlds of Adoption Conference at the Rudd Adoption Research Program at University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
“How Behavioral Genetics Can Change the Culture of Adoption,” paper presented in March 2012 at the 4th International Conference of The Alliance for the Study of Adoption and Culture, Claremont California