Publications

Selected Nonfiction

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My beautiful, dark, twisted, disgusting cyborg phantasyPublished in The Lifted Brow #45. March 2020.

Every ugly stupid thingPublished on the Meanjin Quarterly blog. February 2020.

Jessie’s Girl with a Pearl NecklacePublished by Cosmonauts Avenue. February 2020.

Hunger Cues. Published on The Wheeler Centre Notes. March 2019.

Bad drivers. Published in Meanjin, Summer 2018.

big beautiful female theoryPublished in The Lifted Brow #39. September 2018.

Diet Culture Rules Everything Around Me.  Published on Meanjin blog. March 2018.

Woman on the moon. Published on The Lifted Brow. January 2018.

Finger Licking. Published on Scum Mag. February 2015.

Selected Comics

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All the real thin bodies trapped inside my fake fat onePublished by Going Down Swinging, #40. November 2019.

CorioPublished by Reading Victoria. February 2018.

The Museum of Everything We Tried to Throw AwayPublished in The Suburban Review #10: The Stellar Edition. May 2018.

Radical self-care. Published on TEXT. May 2018.

Diary of a Post-Teenage Girl. Column. Published on Scum Mag, 2016–2017

The Pit. Republished on The Lifted Brow website. October 2015.

Feral. Published on CHART Collective. September 2015.

Selected Poetry

The Blurst Bitch. Publishedy by Cordite, May 2020.

I write poetry and get paid in poetry. Published by Red Room Poetry, In Your Hands anthology. April 2020.

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I wanna be your dog and Dear old women in the shower blocks at the pool I love youPublished by Cosmonauts Avenue. May 2019.

I can’t stop thinking about how fancy and intimidating my death is going to bePublished by Meanjin. October 2018.

This one goes out to the CC Babcocks of the world. Published by Cordite. August 2018.

Reading a list of celebrities who own islands as self-care. Published by Cordite. May 2018.

Good, clean feminine hygiene suite (feat rex hunt) Published by IBIS House. March 2018.

Independent Woman Published by The Spinoff (NZ). February 2018.

 Selected Criticism

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Does trauma need a witness? Published by Sydney Review of Books. April 2020.

Forgive her, for she knows not what she draws. Published by Sydney Review of Books. October 2019.

A Wound of One’s Own: Imperfect by Lee Kofman. Published by Sydney Review of Books. August 2019.

Flesh World: a visual review of My Nudity Means NothingPublished by Running Dog. July 2019.

‘An Honest MIFF-Take: Week Three of a Festival Diary.’ Published by The Lifted Brow. August 2018.

‘An Honest MIFF-Take: Week Two of a Festival Diary‘. Published by The Lifted Brow. August 2018.

‘An Honest MIFF-Take: Week One of a Festival Diary’. Published by The Lifted Brow. August 2018.

Public displays of affection: A review of Hera Lindsay Bird’s Pamper Me To Hell & Back.  Published by The Lifted Brow. March 2018.

Articulating the Inarticulable: A review of Alice Chipkin and Jessica Tavassoli’s Eyes Too Dry: A Graphic Memoir about Heavy Feelings.  Published by The Lifted Brow. November 2017.

Illustrations and Collaborations

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Illustration for ABC Radio NationalPublished September 2019.

Dispatch from the Future Fish. Collaboration with Darlene Silva Soberano. Published by Cordite, February 2019.

Illustrations for The Supermarket of Discomfort Chapbook.  Published on QPF Website, October 2018.

Illustrator in Residence for Queensland Poetry Festival 2018

Comics diarist in residence for NYWF 2016

 

Editorial

Memoir editor, Scum Magazine. August 2017–January 2019

Editor, AntiTHESIS. June – September 2015

Intern, Meanjin Quarterly. December 2014–June 2015

Intern, The Lifted Brow. September–December 2013

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