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Vest Tops,
Decisive Gestures,

published by
The Yellow Paper Press 2023

A Line of Tiny Soaps
featured in
NoBounds Radio
Winter Broadcast,

Split Ends
launched at Good Press, Glasgow, 2022

Often on Paper, Occasionally Literary, writing workshop, CCA Glasgow, 2022

Presentation at Life's Not Personal, experimental life writing conference,

Art Writing in Residence at Intermedia, CCA Glasgow, 2022

Parting, Picking, The Yellow Paper Journal for Art Writing, 2022

A Line of Tiny Soaps
Catalyst Arts
2021, 2022


reading of Black Cats With White Socks on
Soft Shell Radio,  2021

Everything Rests on a Tablecloth With Lemons, (Text + Video) Exploding Appendix, 2021

Clickety-Clack featured on Fermywoods Podcast, 2021

Solemnite, sound work made in collaboration with Chris Penty, aired on Radiophrenia, 2020

Contributed text to A Kink In The Arc, a collective, dream novel edited by Paul Becker

Reading at Raven Row, London, with East London Cable, 2019

Bonfire screened 
at Killing Stillness, SET Dalston, 2019

Performing Sad Party at Nottingham New Theatre, 2017

Performing Sad Party with Eleanor Strong at Lily Robert Gallery, Paris, 2017

Bad Ideas, edited by Lucie McLaughlin, 2017, includes image and text work by sixteen artists based between London, Paris and Belfast.

Slime (poetry) AQNB, 2017

'Why Not Call This A Life!' writing workshop series, CCA Derry-Londonderry, 2022

Reading at Good Lighting, CCA Glasgow, 2022

Reading at Soft Shell, Glasgow, The Poetry Club, 2022

hand bound at 
Death of Workers Whilst Building Skyscrapers Press, 
Glasgow, 2022

And, if we observe the present 
Belfast Photo Festival, Catalyst Arts Belfast


Quieter Coastal, designed by Ryan O'Reilly, for CCA 'Window Texts' window exhibition, 2021

Presentation at Proxyerotics Symposium with Misa
Brzezicki, 2021

don't you think maybe the end 
Queer Anthology of Rage, Pilot Press, 2018

Quietest, digital performance, Stories Books and Cafe, Los Angeles, 2018

Artist book, Lick, 
14 x 20 cm,
perfect bound,
edition of 50, 2017

a dark place is not a dark place, 
(reading) Sylvia Plath: Letters, Words and Fragments
conference, Ulster University, Belfast 2017

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