This one, this onethis one, and this one are good places to start—the important thing is the book, which is excerpted here

On Hurricane Harvey, The New York Times

On the Astros, The New York Times

On Intolerance and Love in Jamaica, The New York Times Magazine

On the Many Different Ways of Experiencing an American Election, The New Yorker

On Tumblr, Platform Gentrification, and Our Shrinking Internet, Buzzfeed

On Public Spaces and the Benefit of the Doubt, BuzzFeed

On Seiwa Market and Houston’s Grocery Stores,  BuzzFeed

On American Football, BuzzFeed

On Driving While Black, BuzzFeed

On Boys, The Paris Review

On a Few Weeks in Belize, The Paris Review

On Pride, The Paris Review

On Copa América, The Paris Review

On My Barber(s), The Paris Review

On Playing Soccer in New Orleans, The Paris Review

On Tattoos, The Paris Review

On Broth, Comfort, and Memory, Hazlitt

On Some Films that Mean A Good Deal to Me, Hazlitt

On Japan and Leaving Home, Catapult

On Watching White Kids, Catapult

On the Rothko Chapel, Catapult

On Karaage and the Universality of Fried Chicken, MUNCHIES

On Teaching at Orleans Parish Prison, Popula

On New Money The Awl

On Yaka Mein, The Awl

On Achiote and the Recipes We’re Left With, The Awl

On The Old Monuments in New Orleans, The Awl

On a Few More Weeks in Tokyo, The Awl

On Black Sci-Fi and Fantasy Authors, The Awl

On “How Much of Your Fiction is Autobiographical?”, The Awl

On Our Former Storyteller-in-Chief, The Awl

On “Atlanta”, The Awl

On the Radical Grace of Gengoroh Tagame, The Awl

On the Third Ward, The Awl

Also, Bryan contributed a work-in-progress to Issue Six of SPOOK