Life on the Moon: My Best Friend's Secrets
Life on the Moon: My Best Friend's Secrets is a collection of gritty short fiction for multi-ethnic adolescent girls. These stories are sure to intrigue any teen, no matter what walk of life they come from.
Politicized Compassion and Catwalks
Amistad Magazine was gracious enough to publish fiction and poetry by Dr. Mitchell in this rare edition.
Writing at the Crossroads: An Online Dissertation
Writing at the Crossroads: Reflections on Authentic Voice, Student Diversity and Vocalizing in Diverse Context. To view different chapters, use the search bar. Experimental, Multimedia Dissertation Completed March 2017
Is Fan Fiction Plagiarism or Inspiration?
Dr. Mitchell examines data to describe how online, derivative literature helps adolescents develop their writing skills.
Blue Line To Wonderland
Blue Line To Wonderland chronicles a poet's meditations on poverty and class in America, and their relationship to individual spiritual freedom.
Traveling By Hurricane
Dr. Mitchell reflects on the poverty that led to the overwhelming devastation New Orleans endured during Hurricane Katrina.
I almost died from preeclampsia. I wasn't tested because I'm Black.
In this viral Medium post, Dr. Mitchell describes her harrowing experience with obstetric discrimination. This article led to the current development of the Mother Mortality Project. The anthology for that project will be published by Demeter Press in 2022.
Beat Procrastination Once and For All
This article presents tried and true writing tips to help you finish your next project.
Compassion, Poverty's Lesson
In Compassion, Poverty's Lesson, Dr. Mitchell compares how people cope with economic oppression in Mali and Brazil.
Uncovering Red Flags: Determining School Fit for Prospective Faculty with Disabilities Through Quali
"Uncovering Red Flags" is a chapter that draws on research and Dr. Mitchell's experience as a tenure track professor to support other disabled academics. This piece will be published in the 2021 anthology, Disability and The Job Market.
Beyond the Biodome
Behind the Glass, Beyond the Bio-dome is a review of Dunya Mikhail's seminal book of poetry, The War Works Hard.
This review on Nelson Rodriguez's "Life as it Is" is one of four literary criticism pieces Dr. Mitchell did for the Adirondack Review.
Teaching on the Edge Anthology
Dr. Mitchell contributed the biography for Victor Villanueva in this anthology.