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'Foot Notes' - Meanjin, 2023 

'in water bodies' - fine print, 2022

'Grief can be a heartbeat' - fine print, 2021

'Green Ginger Wine' - Tiny Love Stories, The New York Times, 2021

'Dark Peripatetic Walking as Radical Wandering in Cheryl Strayed's memoir Wild' - Media and Culture, 2019

'Singing My Mother Home'Meanjin, 2018

'Let Me Walk' - with Amy Mead, Media and Culture, 2018

'Eco-Autobiography: Writing Self Through Place' - Auto/Biography Studies, 2017

'Blood Land' - Southerly, 2016

'Salt Skin'Overland, 2015

'Sister Tongue' - Lip, 2015

'The Summer of Leaving Ghosts' - Lip, 2014

'Luna Lepidoptera' - Future Leaders, 2014

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In 2019 I was a visiting scholar at the Center for Women's Health and Human Rights at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. I worked on the project Our Bodies Ourselves Today, helping build a world-class online platform to provide all kinds of women and girls, trans men and nonbinary folks with the most up-to-date, trustworthy, and inclusive information about our health, sexuality and well-being. Take a look and read about my experience here.


I co-founded The Hearth, a series of literary reading nights in 2016 with local writers (and my good friends) Lauren Butterworth, Alicia Carter and Emma Maguire. At The Hearth, a handpicked mix of local creative thinkers, writers, and performers share thought-provoking readings and offer a brief discussion on their writing process. Then in a Q&A session, we invite our audience to engage with our readers by asking questions and responding to their work. All this in a relaxed environment that features good beers, live tunes and the potential to make some new and excellent friends. After an award-winning Fringe season in 2018, we put The Hearth on hold as various other commitments took precedence, but we're currently working on some exciting developments for 2021. Stay tuned!

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