My print publications include fiction appearances in Cheval 13 (Terry Hetherington Award Anthology 2020), Heartland (PENfro Prize anthology 2019), MANY: The 2020 Manchester Anthology and Lucent Dreaming, Issue 9 (April 2021).
Articles, Reviews and Non Fiction:
I have written a number of reviews and pieces for Wales Arts Review, including two of their Best Reviews of 2019, as well as for The Manchester Review, Gwales, The F Word Magazine – and Ed Fringe Review, where I was also Editor in 2018.
I was recently commissioned by the British Council to write a series of pieces about their projects and partners in the arts.
My latest essay, ‘My Skin is a Silver Lining’ was published by Santes Dwynwen Magazine (April 2021).
In 2020 I created The Podcast for New Writing – a series of discussions with students and authors at Manchester’s Centre for New Writing. Having pitched the project to the Centre I was then commissioned to produce and present the series, which received excellent response.
I’m currently producing The Parthian Podcast. The first series, as featured in The Bookseller, shines a light on queer Welsh writing (first episode out 1/4/2021).
I also have an interest in audio essays and creative writing – I recently recorded an abridged version of my piece ‘My Skin is a Silver Lining’ for Litro Magazine, which was featured as an editor’s pick (April 2021).
As Reading Engagement Editor for Parthian Books, I run a number of projects. This year I placed a heavy focused on adapting our launch process to the pandemic and holding all events online, as well as growing our digital presence. I also specialise in managing anthologies into print, most notably the recent Just So You Know anthology, and edit the new Talking Translation interview series for 2021.
As Publishing Manager for the 2020 Manchester Anthology, alongside organising the production of the book to new and more professional specification, I also ran the digital launch.