books and pamphlets

the rafters were still burning, Dancing Girl Press (forthcoming 2022)

the love i do to you, Eyewear Publishing (2019)

forthcoming and recently published

At Length Magazine, ‘Tarot/Death’ (forthcoming Autumn, 2021)

Anthropocene, ‘Tsukiji Market’ and ‘Wound’ (forthcoming Autumn, 2021)

Spelt Magazine, ‘Spell for Lockdown‘ (Highly Commended in the Spelt Poetry Prize 2021)

Out of Time: Poetry from the Climate Emergency, Valley Press, ‘Geography Lessons’ 

‘A Homerton Wood’, a digital poem co-written by staff and students of Homerton College, The University of Cambridge

Stand Magazine, Issue 19.1: ‘Mother’ and ‘Information Point’ 

Oxford Indie Book Fair Magazine, Issue 3: ‘Zoom Class’

9 West Road: The English Faculty Newsletter, The University of Cambridge: ‘Prayer’

The Poetry Book Society: ‘Viaduct’

Best New British and Irish Poets 2018: ‘Hefted’

The Poetry Society: ‘The Piano’

Streetcake Magazine: ‘Ashes’

perhappened mag: ‘Fox Studies’

On Commemoration: ‘In the Archive’ 

The Oxford Review of Books: ‘History Lessons’

iamb poetry: ‘Hefted’, ‘In the Archive’ and ‘The Coach Station’

Poetry Birmingham Review: ‘Four Deaths’ and ‘Fossils’ 

The Oxonian Review: Three Poems

Slippage Lit: ‘rip’

The Interpreter’s House 71: ‘House of Light’

Academics Against Networking: ‘HERE I AM’

Aesthetica Creative Writing Anthology: ‘Viaduct’

The Cadaverine: ‘Coach Station’

The Tangerine: ‘Hefted’

The Irish Literary Review: ‘Fishing’

A Change of Climate: ‘Geography Lessons’

Fathers and What Must be Said: ‘Sonnet for an Old Man’

The Open Ear: ‘Dad’

Ash Magazine: ‘Iceland’

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