While completing my Arts degree in Creative Writing and History, I was a regular contributor and subeditor for publications such as Farrago, Judy’s Punch, and CAMP. With assistance from the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, I founded and edited the University of Melbourne’s first undergraduate history journal. Chariot has become an augural print journal and is now in its fourth year.
In 2019 my experimental essay ‘Be Gay, Do Crime: Or, the Ballad of Catherine and Ellen’ was shortlisted for the Deakin University Nonfiction Prize.
My Honours thesis, completed in the same year and supervised by Joy Damousi, was highly commended by the Australian Queer Archives.
Last year I was a finalist for Forty South Magazine’s Van Diemen History Prize 2020-2021. My essay ‘Fiendish Fondness for Sin: Homosexuality and the Tasmanian Gothic’ will be included in the Van Diemen anthology, to be published late 2021.
‘Heteronormativity and popular history’, Archer, 2021
‘Springsteen Down Aisle Five’, Scum Mag, 2020
‘What a feeling! The eroticism of Flashdance’, Overland, 2020
‘thoughts & feelings with paul keating’, Voiceworks, 2019
‘Laughing Matters: bringing queerness into comedy festivals’, Archer, 2019
‘Beyond and Within’, Scum Mag, 2018