Selected writing published both online and in print
Thank You For Calling the Lesbian Line
Published as part of a writing residency with Islington's Pride and the rukus! Black LGBT Cultural Archive in 2019. This project was Art's Council Funded, led by the writer Olumide Popoola and in partnership with Spread the Word.
Observations from the Tube Looking Out onto Baker Street Platform
Published in And We Pass Through — National Flash Fiction Day Anthology 2019. The story was selected for the annual on the theme of "Doors".
Mr Hilbert's Grand Hotel
Published in Fireword's eighth issue on the theme of 'escape'. This short story is a humorous look at a curious mathematical thought experiment and also being that one guy stuck in a crappy job.
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.
She Takes Her Tea Black
Published in the inaugural issue of Salome Magazine, a story written in several short snapshots about what happens to the objects we value when a relationship is over, about how much an object can represent of a person and what it means when they are left behind.
I Hope This Email Finds You Well
Published in Popshot Magazine's issue on 'hope' and inspired by that inane and empty phrase so often used in the corporate world of emails and the idea of hope as a choice one makes to believe in a better and brighter outcome.
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.
You Do Not Think of Us But We Think of You
Published in Serverine Lit Magazine's fourth issue on 'heroes' — partly inspired by Werner Herzog's Cave Of Forgotten Dreams — You Do Not Think of Us But We Think of You is an exploration of the traces left behind from people long ago.
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.