“Bad Muslim.” Aster(ix): A Journal of Literature, Art, and Criticism. Issue: Edges. Eds. Angie Cruz and Marta Lucia Vargas. (Fall 2018): Excerpt  here. UPDATE: Available June 2019: Full PDF download here.
Bikini Baby.” Memoir Pool, ed. Tamim Ansary. (Dec. 2016)
“Haricots Verts.” Aster(ix). Issue: What We Love. (Fall 2016) Purchasing info.
Write What You Don’t Know.” North American Review Blog. (Nov. 2014)
Zohra Saed Interviews Leila Nadir. Asian American Literary Review. Special Issue on Mixed Race. Online. (Sept. 2013) .
Afghan-American Identity and Belonging: An Introduction.” Co-authored with Zohra Saed. Introduction to Asian American Literary Review. Special Issue on Mixed Race. (Sept. 2013)
“Chadors and Hairspray for our Muslim Daughter.” Asian American Literary Review. Special Issue on Mixed Race. (Sept. 2013)
“Cold War.” North American Review. (Summer 2013) Purchasing info.
Projects by Afghan-American Artists and Writers, eds. Leila Nadir and Zohra Saed. Includes interviews, art, and memorabilia by Mir Tamim Ansary, Mariam Ghani, Ariana Delawari, Gazelle Samizay, Leila Nadir, and Zohra Saed. Asian American Literary Review. Special Issue on Mixed Race. Online Content. (Sept. 2013)
Co-authored with Cary Peppermint. “Indeterminate Hikes: Ecological Awareness & the Mobile Landscape.” Leonardo, M.I.T. Press. (2016)
Time Out of Place: Modernity and the Rise of Environmentalism in Willa Cather’s O Pioneers!” Willa Cather Studies, Volume 10: Willa Cather and the Nineteenth Century, eds. Anne L. Kaufman and Richard H. Millington. (2014)
#TrainingYrHuman: A PostHumanist Animal Genealogy.” Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture. (Summer 2012)
Utopian Studies, Environmental Literature, and the Legacy of an Idea: Educating Desire in Miguel Abensour and Ursula K. Le Guin.” Utopian Studies 21.1 (2010) [Received the Eugenio Battisti Award and the Arthur O. Lewis Award the from the Society for Utopian Studies]
What is Digital Eco-Art?” Media Ecology Association 2010 Conference Proceedings (June 2010): 101-06.
Ricardo Dominguez Talks about the Transborder Immigrant Tool with Leila Nadir.” Leonardo, MIT Press. (2015)
Walking the Edge of the Earth: Artist Eve Mosher Takes Climate Science to the Streets.” American Scientist. (March/April 2015)
Invitation to an Insect Rendezvous: Artist Brandon Ballengée Asks Us to Spend an Intimate Evening with Bugs.” American Scientist. (March/April 2014)
The Medium Is Still the Message: Tumblr, Art, and Web 2.0 Ecologies.Hyperallergic. (Mar. 2013)
Hunting + Gathering in the Digital Wilderness.” Furtherfield.org. (Sept. 2012)
LoVid’s iParade#2.Rhizome.org. (May 2012)
Review of JODI’s Street Digital solo show at Museum of the Moving Image. Hyperallergic. (Apr. 2012)
Art and Science Get Intimate.” Review of New Art/Science Affinities, published by Miller Gallery of Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. Hyperallergic. (Apr. 2012)
Globalization, the Environment, and the Effects of Media at the 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial.” Review of Pittsburg Biennale at Carnegie Mellon University’s Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh. Hyperallergic. (Dec. 2011)
Plugging Art into the Environment.” Review of Ecologías Correlativas at 319 Scholes Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Hyperallergic. (Oct. 2011)