works published

This entire website and its content has been produced on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. I pay my respect to elders past, present and future. Sovereignty was never ceded. This is stolen land.

Read more about where I’ve been and who/where I come from here, if it interests you. I do get asked about it a lot, and it’s wonderfully complicated to explain!

(updated as of Thu 15 Aug 2019)


If you think I can do anything word-related for you in the relevant disciplines (my areas of expertise/training/experience), then don’t hesitate to get in touch. If you’re interested in my creative work (largely poetry), then check out links to the following, where available.

For 2019, I’m pretty busy and also at a lower capacity due to some health issues, but if you’re okay with things not being super-mega-capitalist-urgent! then I’m always happy to work with you.

Check out what my regular gigs are here, or what I’ve been up to for most of 2019 here.

*ass’d bits-n’bobs, podcasts & interviews*

(still filling in this bit!)

Djed PressThe Moment (with some of a poetry suite about living in England, and Australia) – with much love to Leah Jing McIntosh for the glorious photos (Jan 2019)

Liminal Mag interview (May 2019)

Ladies We Need To Talk (June 2019) – Footloose and childfree

Love & Luck podcast cameo

Midsumma – Consent Festival (Jan 2019)

The Wire (Aug 2019) – phone interview about the Diversity Arts Australia launch of the ‘Shifting the Balance’ report; ‘Arts Not As Diverse As You Think‘ with Oliver Brown

Women’s Melbourne Network committee member Jan 2018 to Mar 2019 (Communications working group)

3CR International Day of People with a Disability (3 Dec 2018) – fair warning: I don’t get much of a word in, and I also hummed Beethoven’s ‘Ode to Joy’ off-key really badly. If you want to see the text of the poem I performed, it’s viewable here. The instrument I played is the melodica.

3CR Chronically Chilled chat with Marijo Pozega (Oct 2018)

assorted curiosities

Readers/writers of colour and their libraries

my second long-term cat is kind of a big deal

do you like writing to music?

Creatrix Tiara puts the ‘DD’ in premenstrual dysphoric disorder, and interviewed others about their experiences for Autostraddle