I write across the areas of feminism and reproductive health, cultural criticism, regionalism, class, sport and all of their intersections. 


Commissions I loved writing as an example of my work:

History, Earned – memoir on baseball and mental health for English PEN.

Ellie Kammer's The Host – essay for exhibition catalogue.

Maddie Rice on Fleabag: Stage to Screen and Back Again – interview for Fest Mag.


Essays:

Lucky Stars and Lucky Socks: Astrology, Sport and the Joy of Magical ThinkingKill Your Darlings

History, Earned – memoir on baseball and mental health for English PEN.

Skin in the Gamewomen’s sport and publishing for Kill Your Darlings.

Ellie Kammer's The Host – essay for exhibition catalogue.

Sleeping Around – home on stage and in other people’s beds for Meanjin.

An Unlikely Affinity with Bad Mums – women’s friendship in films about motherhood for Kill Your Darlings.

Hang Me on a Wall – reflections on the 2017 Ramsay Art Prize for fine print.

Women of Tiny Letters – a memoir project for The Wheeler Centre and the Digital Writers’ Festival.


Features:

Felicity Ward: 'I'm bringing the tone down'Fest Mag

Adelaide Fringe: Next Wave FunnyFest Mag

Writers' Week's Inspiring 2019 Line-UpFest Mag

Different Ball Game: Damian Callinan on Sport, Community and The MergerMetro Magazine #198

Mirth and Malady: Homecoming Queens and Depicting Chronic IllnessMetro Magazine #197

Maddie Rice on Fleabag: Stage to Screen and Back AgainFest Mag

Intersecting Comedy with FeminismFest Mag



Reviews:

A Constant Hum – book review for The Adelaide Review

Wordslut: A Feminist Guide to Taking Back the English Language – book review for The Adelaide Review

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone – book review for Kill Your Darlings

Life in the Heartland: Sarah Smarsh’s Heartland: A Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth book review for Kill Your Darlings

A Public Disease: Sam Twyford-Moore’s The Rapids – book review for Kill Your Darlings

Homeground (SBS on Demand) – television review for The Big Issue Australia #575

My Kath & Kim – visual arts review for fine print

Too Far North: The Self-serving Cinema Vérité of Atlantis, Iceland – film review for Metro Magazine #196

From the Outside, Listening In: Hanif Abdurraqib’s They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Usbook review for Kill Your Darlings

Scars of Empathy: The ABC’s Pulse and the Medical Drama – television review for Metro Magazine #195

Fucking Adelaide is a Beautiful Love Letter to Shit Hometowns Everywhere – television review for Junkee

Love and Chronic Illness: Why The Big Sick is the Rom Com I've Been Waiting For – film review for Junkee

Ask Me How I Am: Jenny Valentish’s Woman of Substances book review for Kill Your Darlings