Selected flash fiction published both online and in print
Why is a cross a kiss?
Published in 404 Ink's fourth issue on the theme of 'ink'. Why is a cross a kiss? is a meditation on language, crushes and kisses.
I Have My Mother's Eyes
Published by Jellyfish Review as part of their 'Lady Monsters' season — an update on one of the most notorious female monster myths and turns the gaze back on to the world we find ourselves in today.
A response to Flight Journal’s third issue centred around the theme of the city, isolation and togetherness. A quiet, playful story on what it means to share a living space within the confines and limitations of the city.
Do You Remember When We First Met?
Published on Dear Damsels for their theme on 'Remembrance' — a flash fiction for my best friend whom I’ve known for forever — a musing on the essence of memory, the stories we like to tell ourselves and first meetings.