Read my essay “Neighbourliness” here.
My current prose projects are below.
I write a monthly essay taking in reading, libraries, and the many joys and curiosities of books. Find out more here, and you can also taka a look at the archive and subscribe to follow my Adventures in Reading.
On passing: queer readings in invisibility
I am in the process of writing this long-form lyric essay on the topic of passing as both creative performance and erasure. I am looking at reading as a means of navigating the comforts and dangers of invisibility, engaging with the ways that marginalised artists and writers before me have seen and been seen.
Writing the garden project
This memoir and site-based reading project examines gardens as a living archive and the futile, profound awakening that gardening bestows during the limbo of the diagnosis process and at a time of global ecocide.
Reviews and critical writing
After a few years’ break, I’m back to writing reviews and critical pieces. I write for Happenstance Press’ Sphinx reviews blog, as well as writing in letter form for friends.