September 20, 2015—Brooklyn Book Festival

Featured author/panelist. More details TBA.

July 11, 2015—World War 3 Illustrated #46 Magazine Launch

Contributor/speaker. Word Up Community Bookstore, NYC.

May 21, 2015—Word Up Community Bookstore

Book event with Wildcat alumni Jessica De La Rosa, Serafina Brown and Cheyanne Ballou. NYC.

April 15, 2015—Center for Worker Education

Guest speaker along with Wildcat alumna Jessica De La Rosa. NYC.

September 17, 2014—Brooklyn Historical Society

An Urban Education in Three Acts: Hold Fast to Dreams, Deborah Meier, and Yo, Miss at the Brooklyn Historical Society (An Official Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event.) Performance with Wildcat alumni Infinite Cubia and Matthew Shields.

April 25, 2014—Brooklyn Brain Frame

Performance with Wildcat alumni Infinite Cubia and Matthew Shields in conjunction with the Brooklyn Zine Festival.

April 24–May 16, 2014—Galleris at Eastfield College, Mesquite, TX

No Restraint, Activist Zines and Comics.


“The book is a graphic memoir—in the tradition of Alison Bechdel, who calls the story ‘riveting’—but it doesn’t tell the stories of specific students, and instead creates composites from the many teens Wilde has instructed in her classroom . . . Wilde relates the anecdote in just a few, compelling pages—and does so again and again throughout this frank, gripping story.”
Huffington Post

“It’s breathtaking! . . . This often-harrowing account is one of the most compelling things I’ve read in quite awhile.”
—Richard Pachter
The Miami Herald

“In this fictionalized account of one school year, the author paints searing portraits of her students and makes us root for them . . . This inspiring and heartbreaking read belongs in both teen and adult collections.”
Library Journal

“VERDICT When it comes to portraying life in an alternative high school setting, Yo, Miss is a direct hit.”
School Library Journal, starred review

“(Wilde) makes the reader root for these kids as desperately as she does, hoping for them to make the right decisions and somehow win.”
Publishers Weekly,


World War 3 Illustrated #46 Youth and Climate Change July 2015.

Jasmine, The Manhattanville Review, an online journal of literature, art and ideas. April 15, 2014.

Robert Earl Sutter III, Alive with Vigor: Surviving Your Adventurous Lifestyle, a self-help anthology, Microcosm Publishing, Feb. 2014.

Kugelmass number 4, Kugelmass: A Journal of Literary Humor, Winter 2013.

The Writing Disorder: A Literary Journal, Fall 2013.