Selected Short Fiction:
Same Difference, Hobart Pulp, March 2022
Who’s There? Short Fiction Journal, January 2022
Exnamuh – 3:AM Magazine – November 2020
Nobody Knew Where They Came From, Not Even the Internet, March 2021, Minor Lits
After the Noise – The London Magazine (Sept/Oct 2020 Issue)
Sex, Drugs and Dead Birds – The London Magazine (Dec 2019/Jan 2020 Issue)
People Also Ask – A Queer Anthology of Wilderness (Pilot Press, 2019)
‘Counting the Bodies’, The London Magazine, 2023
‘You Can’t Eat Words,’ Gertrude Press, 2021
‘Too Often, Society Equates a Woman’s Mistakes for her Character,’ Lithub, 2019
‘The Centrality of the Trivial: reading Jenny Offill’s Weather,’ Alluvium, 2020
‘Review: Queer Time and Space in Yelena Moskovitch’s Virtuoso’, The Sociological Review, 2020
‘What We Talk About When We Talk About Arts and Climate Change in HE,’ Artists and Climate Change (part of a series of specially-commissioned blog posts)
Excerpts from How the Light Gets In, Minor Lits, 2018
‘A Place to Put Your Soul,’ short story, Minor Lits (online)
‘How to Get Back Your Guts,’ short story, Unthology 8 (2016), Unthank Books
‘You Are Not Sorry’, short story, Fugue II (anthology), Siren Press
‘You Are Not Juliet,’ Ikley Literature Festival Short Story Competition 2015, 2nd Prize
London Short Fiction, The Guardian of Travellers, The Londonist
Selection of flash fiction written and performed as Writer in Residence at the UK Young Artists Festival in Leicester, November 2014.
Micro-stories set inside the Leeds loop road, Leeds in the Loop.
Extract from Living it Edgeways, winner the £1000 2013 London Short Story Competition.
Extract from Journey Planner, winning story in the Cinnamon Press Writing Award for Short Fiction 2013
Find out about Heroes of the Post-Apocalypse, a pamphlet of micro-stories set around Tooting Common by Annexe Magazine as part of Vol.1 of the ‘Annexe Introducing’ series.
There is Always Someone Up to Something, Somewhere, short story in Litro Online, 2012.
Blog, ‘Rewriting Yorkshire Seminar Events,’ Time Out Leeds
Blog, ‘Three Steps to Take from Short Story Competitions to Collections,’ Spread the Word
Review, ‘A Great Morning on the Town,’ TSOTA
Feature, ‘Five Women Writers who made Writing Happen for Me,’ TSOTA
Feature, ‘The Future’s Brewing at The Tetley,’ TSOTA
Feature, ‘An Interview with Dee Blick ahead of Leeds Indie Writers’ Festival, TSOTA
Blog, ‘Why Arts Fiends Should Hurry Up North,’ Huffington Post UK
Book Review of He Wants by Alison Moore, Litro Magazine
Blog, ‘Generation Somewhere Else,’ Huffington Post UK
Theatre reviews, West Yorkshire Theatre Network
Exhibition Review, Art Pit magazine
Report on Feminism in London Conference 2009