short form


“We Asked Men If They’d Actually Take The Male Contraceptive Pill” Refinery29, 2023
“Young Women On Having Kids In An Uncertain World” Refinery29, 2023
“”In 2023, We Need Our Useless Little Treats More Than Ever” Refinery29, 2023
“Philly Latino community continues fight for representation & rights” Metro Philly, 2023
“It’s time to log off and touch grass” Mashable, 2022
“Instagram’s pivot to video is leaving behind disabled users” Mashable, 2022
How to break up with your therapist” Chegg Life, 2022
“Laziness does not exist, according to this psychologist” Chegg Life, 2022
“What not to say to someone with a chronic illness (and what to say instead)” Chegg Life, 2022
“The Reality of Trying to Survive on Universal Credit Right Now” Refinery29, 2022
“5 Tips for Coping with Lichen Sclerosus” Giddy, 2022
“Sometimes I’m Fine, Often I’m Not: My Life With Dynamic Disabilities” Refinery29, 2021
Swimming Helped Me Feel Valid in My Disabled Identity” The Spill, 2021
“How to support survivors of violence and sexual abuse during triggering news cycles” Metro Online, 2021
“I’ve created the support I wish I’d had when I was sexually assaulted” Metro Online, 2019

Creative Writing:
The Unbearable Brightness of Being, Able Zine, 2021
The Niceness of Painkillers, Sick, 2021
Bodies of Water, Unlimited, 2021
SAD, Susie Magazine, New York, 2019
Thorns, Cambridge Footnotes Annual Poetry anthology, 2018

Long form
  • My first non-fiction book The Way We Survive: Notes on Rape Culture, came out with Trapeze in July 2021. The book is a comprehensive look at how it feels to be a survivor within our contemporary rape culture. To order, follow this Bookshop link or order from your local bookstore (don’t buy books from Amazon, boo!)
  • I’m currently working on my first work of fiction, funded by Arts Council England DYCP. Check back in a year or so to see how that’s going…
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