"The Willingham Bay Witches" will appear in Electric Spec magazine in February 2023. A would-be detective falls for a femme fatale in a seaside town.
"Great Mother Broth" will appear in Translunar Travelers Lounge in February 2023. A fantasy story about family, featuring a selection of troll swear words.
"Angel of the Woods" will appear in sage cigarettes in February 2023. A queer folk horror story about coming home, set in Cornwall.
£ "Channelsea" appeared in issue two of Archive of the Odd in September 2022. A 'found fiction' horror story using a variety of different documents - from a union newsletter to a WWII memorandum - to tell a story about exploitation through the history of a mysterious urban island.
"The Sun and the Sweet, Black Earth" appeared in lavender bones issue two in July 2022. The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice retold as a queer ghost story, a meditation on life and death, denial and acceptance.
£ "Down In the Wreck of The Promise" appeared in Spirit Machine: Tales of Séance Fiction published by Air and Nothingness Press in April 2022. A science fantasy story about community, and what to do with your ghosts.
£ "Greenkeeper" appeared in Dream of Shadows anthology issue four in August 2022. In which a hedge fund manager meets a hedge witch and undergoes a terrible transformation, or perhaps receives a blessing, depending on how you look at it.
£ "Subsidence" appeared in The Dead Inside: An Anthology of Identity Horror published by Dark Dispatch in March 2022. Uses beauty and body horror to explore the devastation and liberation of confronting past trauma.
£ "Real Human Skull, Medical Specimen, $450" appeared in Ellipsis Zine #10 in November 2021
"All The Bells Under The Sea" will appear in Crow & Cross Keys in February 2023.
Voices From History: East London Suffragettes with Rosemary Taylor, published by The History Press in 2014.
Haunted objects in women's weird fiction, published by Horrified Magazine in July 2021.
‘Women quite unknown’: working-class women in the suffrage movement, published by the British Library in 2018.
Mary East (aka James How) and Mrs How of the White Horse, Poplar, published on the East End Women’s Museum blog in 2017.
Where are women in the history of art? originally published by Women’s History Month in 2011, updated in 2017.