2020“Décoloniser le genre avec Kama La Mackerel,” HistoireEngagée, May 2020
2020ZOM-FAM: the queer & decolonial poetics of Kama La Mackerel’s work,CultMTL, May 2020
2020“Mille et une nuits de la poésie plus tard,” La Presse, March 2020
2019We Mark Your Memory, Book Review,Journal of West Indian Literature, Nov 2019
2019En 2020: Mettissage Culturel et Mélange de Genre au MAI,” Fugues Magazine, December 2019
2019“Honesty is Dangerous Policy,” Canadian Art, July 2019.
2019A Queer Cabaret for the Post-apocalypse,” CultMTL, May 2019
2019“Interventions of the Past in Articule’s Memories and Portraits,” Articulation Magazine, April 2019.
2018Un flou «queer» dans l’art, Le Devoir, Aug 2018
2018Apocalypse Queer,Inter Art Actuel, Fall 2018.
2018“Queer Curating: From Definition to Deconstruction,” Canadian Art, April 2018.
2017“Kama La Mackerel: d’une voix plurielle, la résistance,” Revue Esse 91, Fall 2017.
2017“Making Your Queer Dreams Come True,” The Link, Sept 2017.
2017“Bois d’Ébène,” Marvellous Grounds: Bodies as Archives, QTBIPOC Performance in Toronto, Marvellous Grounds, Summer 2017.
2017“In Search of Expo 67 at Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montreal,” Akimbo, July 2017.
2017“inter-realities: the lived experiences of marginalized bodies in art and the academy,” C-FAR: Critical Feminist Activism and Research, May 2017.
2016“How one Montreal artist is creating stage magic for LGBTQ performers,” This! Magazine, Dec 2016.
2016“Crawling through wires: performance and installation explores response to micro-aggressions,” McGill Daily, Nov 2016.
2016“Trans Time: Time for trans visibility in contemporary art,” Performance Research: a Journal of Performing Arts, Oct 2016.
2016“International Women’s Day: 9 artists who are making a difference,” CBC Arts, March 2016.
2015“Half the Self Hate: Kama La Mackerel is Deconstructing Embodied Colonialism through Self Love and QTPOC Community,” QueerFatFemme, Feb 2015.
2015“Self-Love Conquers All,” The Link, Feb 2015.