A chronological list of where my work has been published, with links.
A condensed version of this review appeared in the ‘Books and arts’ section of The Economist’s 5th-11th May 2018 print…
The grapefruit was not as great a fruit as she’d expected, when mixed with the cold bitter of martini and vodka.
that chillies are little feminists
but in the nightshade family
This website, which now showcases all my writing, was originally conceived as something quite different.
Somewhere, a barbed tongue scrapes silence
off whose? whalebone ribcage
I found the jewel that you lost, the one
that was blue. In grit and bits of bark
A sticker in the shape of a moon
— silver slither, jaffa cake’s doom —
I wrote this piece for the April 2018 print edition of Hearing Aid Magazine. A response to If You Need…
The anthology Ten: Poets of the New Generation, is a product of The Complete Works (TCW), a diversity and mentoring programme created in 2007 by Bernardine Evaristo.
If it weren’t for seventeen other happy reviews on Airbnb, the romantic inside me might imagine the lake only ever appeared for us, and that the forest drank it back up when our little Skoda drove away.
Their mouths curled upwards towards their furrowed brows as the man bent over the oyster, sliding the pink tip of his tongue through his lips until it touched the animal’s anaemic wobble.
I wrote this review for TANK Magazine, where it was first published in February 2018 here. Audrey Brisson and Marc Antolin…
I wrote this article for The Cambridge Globalist in January 2018, where it was first published here. On 11th December 2017, The…
An essay on ontology and teleology
is written, spindly
on a white sticker
I bumped into her the other day
eating an ice cream.
litter the naked road,