I primarily write memoir, focusing on gender & race politics, and general features on cultural criticism. Djed Press is the home for a lot of my work.
When I’m not writing memoir I also write non-fiction features. I love a challenge full of research and interviews, especially on topics left of field. Check out my pieces published by Feminartsy and The Lifted Brow to see this work.
Ongoing I am a Small Screens critic for The Big Issue, and was previously a New Review critic for Witness, but I’m always open to doing reviews on books, films, TV shows and music, like the work I’ve done for Kill Your Darlings and Junkee!
Follow the links below to read some of my work (LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY PUBLISHER)
The Big Issue
Black Bean Soup Prose | February 2019
Brujeria Commentary | October 2018
Blessed Is The Fruit Prose | July 2018
Australiana Memoir | May 2018
Inclusivity, Accessibility And Empathy In Politics Feature | July 2018
Should You Bother Watching Derry Girls Column | January 2019
How Spike Lee’s Been Ahead Of The Curve On Race In Movies For Decades Feature | December 2018
Hate Watching Is Still Watching: Why We Need To Stop Giving Bad Shows A Chance Feature | October 2018
Kill Your Darlings
A Girl’s Guide To Personal Hygiene by Tallulah Pomeroy Review | November 2018
The Lifted Brow
Brow By Numbers: Public Libraries Commentary | September 2018
Enmarañada Memoir | August 2018
One Night In Footscray Feature | December 2018
A Life In Sleepovers Review | September 2018
The Thin Line Between Sanity and Madness Review | September 2018
Unsolicited Advice And Other Problems Review | September 2018