* = upcoming
Moth Dust, January 2018, Sampson Low. (chapbook)
Immurement, March 2019, Broken Sleep Books. (pamphlet)
ræfs, August 2019, Ghost City Press. (micro-chap)
iitterate, in No, Robot, No!, July 2018, Sidekick Books.
Liminality, in Battalion, September 2018, Sidekick Books.
selvhjelp, in a queer anthology of sickness, May 2019, Pilot Press.
dogwalkslowly, in Streetcake Experimental Writing Prize: Winners’ Anthology 2019, August 2019, Streetcake Magazine.
5 poems from Immurement, in Broken Sleep Books Anthology 2019, December 2019, Broken Sleep Books.
historical inaccuracy, veer, and We do not discuss the origins of foxes., in Broken Sleep Books Immigration Anthology, January 2021, Broken Sleep Books.*
moonskin, in Burning House Press, Bodies issue ed. Lara Alonso Corona, July 2018.
dendrology, in formercactus, Issue 13, November 2018.
Otic: a speculative study of auricular advancement, in Burning House Press, Facing Up To The Future issue ed. Paul Hawkins, November 2018.
frontispiece, in The Interpreter’s House, Issue 70, February 2019.
idle, in Eunoia Review, February 2019.
sk, in Tears In The Fence, Issue 69, March 2019.
Lambeth, in Tears In The Fence, Issue 69, March 2019.
sleepless aside, in Foxhole Magazine, Volume 4, March 2019.
field study, in Tentacular, Volume 3, May 2019.
collective consumption, in Tentacular, Volume 3, May 2019.
tongue 83, in The Projectionist’s Playground, Issue 10, June 2019.
illustrated response to ‘BOX 18’ by David Spittle, in whynow, Week 5, November 2019. (£)
illustrated response to ‘lilith (night demon)’ by Sarah Cave, in whynow, December 2019. (£)
fallout, in Homology Lit, Issue 5, January 2020.
coalescence, in Homology Lit, Issue 5, January 2020.
osaka Aquarium, in BARNHOUSE, Issue 3, TBC.*
wroad, in Copy (Wasted Books), Issue 1, TBC.*
fragile muse, in blood orange, August 2020.*
white sheet (short exposure time), in Pink Plastic House, October 2020.*
Crested Tit Collective presents A merry crested-titmas at The Poetry Café, London. 20th December 2019.
impromptu guest reading featuring Immurement and unpublished work
Poem Atlas presents Blockplay: An evening of Object Poetry at The Poetry Café, London. 5th December 2019.
Enemies Project presents Cinema and Poetry at Cinema Museum, London. 29th August 2019.
reading from Immurement to mark a new Broken Sleep Books publication
Pilot Press a queer anthology of sickness Launch at Tenderbooks, London. 1st June 2019.
Sidekick Books Battalion Anthology Launch at Westminster Library, London. 10th May 2019.
Theatre of Failure IV at the Nell of Old Drury, London. 17th April 2019.
unofficially marking the publication of Immurement
Phoetry & Photolit at Museum of Futures, collaboration with Olga Kolesnikova at Museum of Futures, Surbiton. February 21st 2019.
Writers’ Centre Kingston presents: ‘Becoming’, collaboration with Olga Kolesnikova at Rose Theatre, Kingston upon Thames. 4th October 2018.
European Camarade in Manchester, collaboration with Silje Ree at Anthony Burgess Centre, Manchester. Part of the European Poetry Festival 2018. 13th April 2018.
University Camarade, collaboration with Brontë Pleasants at Rich Mix, London. 10th February 2018.
Second reading from Moth Dust at Writers’ Centre Kingston presents: ‘Forgetting’ at Richard Mayo Centre, Kingston upon Thames. 25th January 2018.
Read from Moth Dust at Writers’ Centre Kingston presents: ‘Loving’ at Rose Theatre, Kingston upon Thames. 11th January 2018.
intanglible, Blockplay: An evening of Object Poetry at The Poetry Café, London. 5th December 2019.
Curated by Astra Papachristodoulou for Poem Atlas.
そんなのかんけいねぇ, Phoetry and Photolit at Museum of Futures, Surbiton. 21st February – 8th March 2019.
Also co-curator alongside Olga Kolesnikova, James Caley, and SJ Fowler.
/ʃən/ tion, Scribbling and Scrawling at Museum of Futures, Surbiton. 22nd February – 20th March 2018.
Also co-curator alongside Olga Kolesnikova, Molly Bergin, and SJ Fowler.
Wombwell Rainbow Interviews: Yvonne Litschel, interview with Paul Brookes in The Wombwell Rainbow, TBC.*
From the Poets Mouth, podcast interview with Abigail Cook, TBC.*