• Published two novels: The Giddy Death of the Gays & the Strange Demise of Straights (Lethe Press, 2015) and Forget Yourself (Lethe Press, 2016) to positive reviews

  • Finalist for the 2016 Bisexual Book Awards

  • Shortlisted for the Highlands and Islands Short Story Association (HISSAC) prize

  • Longlisted for the Royal Academy/ Pin Drop Short Story Award, The Cambridge Short Story Award, and the Inktears Flash Fiction Contest

  • Nominated for a Lambda Literary Award

  • Made it to Audible’s Gay & Lesbian fiction bestseller list

  • Published short fiction in anthologies including: Heiresses of Russ: The Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction 2014; The Best of a Capella Zoo; The Future Fire X: Ten Year Anniversary Edition; Drag Noir; Renewal

  • Published short fiction in magazines including: The Sun; Booth; Passages North (2019); Flash Fiction Online; Corvus; The Future Fire; SLEEK; The Jellyfish Review; Crack the Spine

  • Worked with Guernica as a fiction reader and as a judge for the Bi Writer’s association (2017)


  • Published nonfiction in anthologies, including: Shaped By Time (National Museum of Denmark, 2012), Witches/Sorcières (Revolver Paris, 2012); wrote the afterword for Threesome (Lethe Press, 2016)

  • Published nonfiction in magazines and journals, including: Van Winkle’s; Guernica Daily; Mouthfeel; Strange Horizons; The Future Fire; Polytical; SLEEK Magazine; Gender Forum

  • Worked with the artists Olivia Plender and Unnar Örn on projects performed in the National Museum of Denmark and Malmö, Sweden

  • Worked as a feature columnist for Scifi Methods (2012-2013)

  • Nonfiction featured in newspapers Berliner Zeitung; Bild; BZ; PinkNews

  • Polyamory activist work has been referenced in The Independent, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Buzzfeed, as well as The Metro

  • Was invited to speak on polyamory rights for UCL’s prestigious Debating Society

  • Worked with PEN America as a nonfiction reader for the PEN/Fusion Award


  • Completed a doctoral thesis in the fields of literature, history, and sociology, utilising queer theory: Queer Friendship: Same-Sex Love in the Works of Thomas Gray, Anna Seward, Mary Wollstonecraft, and William Godwin (Swansea University/Prifysgol Abertawe, 2010)

  • Published in the peer-reviewed journal Gender Forum

  • Wrote and taught seminars for ‘Introduction to Cultural Studies’ module at Universität Potsdam, Germany

  • Wrote and taught seminars for various level one and three modules at Swansea University/Prifysgol Abertawe, as well as lecturing for the ‘Theories and Monsters’ module (200+ students)

  • Worked as a scribe for disabled students

  • Presented at numerous conferences, including the 2015 ‘Nonmonogamies and Contemporary Intimacies’ conference at the University of Lisbon

  • Was on the review committee for UC Berkeley’s 2016 ‘Conference on the Future of Monogamy and Nonmonogamy’