Jamison has written for:
"Love Means Never Having to say ... Anything," The New York Times, May, 2018.
"Owning a Car Shouldn't Strip me of the Food Stamps I Need to Survive," The Washington Post, December, 2019.
"I'm not 'addicted' to my smartphone. I depend on it to survive," The Los Angeles Times, April, 2017.
"Writing for Myself," Writer's Digest, May, 2018.
"I didn't want a child until I got a chronic illness. Now I might never be able to have one," The Washington Post, July, 2017
"Dear anti-Trump protesters," Vox, February, 2017.
"Life Without Sex," Men's Journal, November, 2016.
"I was a Weight Lifter, and Then I got Mono," Tonic by VICE, May, 2017.
"The Day I Killed Someone," The Bold Italic, April, 2017.
"Meeting my Mugger," The Bold Italic, July, 2017.
"My Chronic Illness Will Bankrupt Me If Obamacare is Repealed," Bustle, February, 2017.
"Research on chronic illness good for patients and the environment," The Oregonian, December, 2016.
"A psychosomatic diagnosis is a doctor’s way of saying, 'I don’t have a clue,'" Quartz, January, 2017.
Bustle, April, 2017.
TalkPoverty, March, 2017.
The Good Men Project, March, 2017.
The Motley Fool, November, 2013.
Elite Daily, January, 2014.