Published Work

In date order from most recent published:

Review: Lee Hyemi – Unexpected Vanilla (translated by So J.Lee) for the Hong Kong Review of Books

Review: Zigmunds Skujiņš’ Flesh-Coloured Dominoes (trans. Kaija Straumanis): I reviewed Skujiņš’ novel on Splice

Essay: Vahni Capildeo’s Skin Can Hold: I wrote about Vahni Capildeo’s poetry for 3:AM Magazine

Feature: Judith Levin and the Art of the Moors: I interviewed and photographed the artist, Judith Levin for the Yorkshire Times

My Book of the Year Selection for Review 31

Feature: “If you’re not interested in the past, the future won’t be interested in you.” I interviewed the director of Carcanet Press, Michael Schmidt, on their Jubilee for the Yorkshire Times.

Review: Something Like Breathing by Angela Readman for Full Stop

Review: Ducks, Newburyport by Lucy Ellmann for the Cleveland Review of Books

Review: In the Shadow of Wolves by Alvydas Šlepikas for Splice

Review: Handling Stolen Goods by Degna Stone for Bookmunch

Essay: On ‘Horror’ and the Gaze for A Trio of Horror Novellas published by Dead Ink Books for Full Stop

Review: The Tempest by Steve Sem-Sandberg for The Island Review

Review: Grimspound and Inhabiting Art by Rod Mengham for Bookmunch

Review: The Multiverse by Andrew Wynn Owen for Review 31

My Favourite reads of 2018 for Bookmunch

Review: The Oblique Place by Caterina Pascual Söderbaum for Full Stop

Review:The Rub of Time by Martin Amis for Bookmunch

My Book of the Year Selection: The Oblique Place by Caterina Pascual Söderbaum Review 31

Review: Call Me Zebra by Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi for Review 31

Review: Desolate Market by Julian Turner for the Singapore Review of Books

Review: From a Low and Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan on Bookmunch

Essay: An essay on Photography, Freud and Anthony McCall published on The Squawk Back

Review: One Way or Another (Selected Essays) by Adam Phillips on Bookmunch

Review: Temporary People by Deepak Unnikrishnan on Necessary Fiction

Review: Bruce Chatwin: The Novels on Bookmunch

Review: The Swimmers by Joaquín Pérez Azaústre published on Necessary Fiction