Elly’s writing can be found online here, select clips below:


White People Need to Hold Other White People Accountable When it Comes to RacismTeen Vogue
These Young People Want to Tell You About Their Abortions – Teen Vogue 
Bystander Intervention Can Stop Sexual Assault Before it Happens: a Guide  – Teen Vogue 
Sol Flores Wants to Be a Woman of Color in Congress – Teen Vogue 
A Third of College Students Face Food and Housing Insecurity – Teen Vogue
Small Presses Publish the Revolution at the Socialism Conference 2019 Publisher’s Weekly
What Was Roe v. Wade and Why Is It Important Now? – Huck Magazine
In NYC, Students Tackle Cyber Threats — and the Digital Gender Divide – SparkAction


Sir Babygirl Wants You to Feel the Extremes – Vinyl Me, Please
Two Teenage Girls Created Viral Viking Musical “Oceanborn” – Now It’s an Off-Broadway ShowTeen Vogue
Molly Bernard is Finally Home – profile in Playboy
For Queer Arts Leaders, the Personal is Professional: Beatrice Thomas and Kevin Seaman on Art, Equity and Showing up WholeLeaderStories
Everything You Need to Know About Legal Weed in Massachusetts – Thrillist

Cultural Critique

What Responses to Miley Cyrus’s Breakup Say About Queer ErasureBitch Media
Survivors Don’t Need Your #TimesUp Cupcakes – Bust Magazine
What the Iron Giant Can Still Teach Us About Friendship and VulnerabilityThe Dot and Line


finding floral cowboy boots, (Turner) Joy, and intuition in NashvilleEat Oatmeal, Spread Love (personal newsletter/essay writing)
to cocoon, to build community, to step into the spotlight – Eat Oatmeal, Spread Love
A Newsletter all About Cartoons from The Dot And Line – The Dot and Line


Being A Survivor Of Sexual Assault Has Cost Me More Than $6,000 — And That’s Relatively Cheap – The Financial Diet
What I Learned From Quitting 2 Jobs In 6 Months – The Financial Diet
How “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” Gave Me Hope After A Breakup  – Bust Magazine

Font Literary Magazine:
Spring 2014 Issue
Spring 2015 Issue
Fall 2015 Issue
Winter 2015 Issue
Fall 2016 Issue
Spring 2017 Issue

Z Publishing:
New York’s Best Emerging Poets Anthology