Selected work

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Redemption for NSW’s longest-serving female prisoner.’ The Australian. Print and web. 28 May 2022.

Open Secrets.’ The Saturday Paper. Print and web. 7 May 2022.

Vagabonds! Searches for Queer Solace Amid the Chaos of Lagos.’ them. Web. 14 March 2022.

How “Evil be like” memes expose our macabre fascinations and fear of death.’ Mashable. Web. 28 October 2021.

Queer connections on the road.’ The Saturday Paper. Print and web. 18 March 2017.

Sowing Wild Oates.’ Los Angeles Review of Books. Web. 21 January 2017.

One Flew Over Bellevue.’ The Nation. Web. 3 December 2016.

Flight and Fantasy.’ 1843 Magazine. Print and web. 11 November 2016.

“Creativity is not a sedentary act”: An Interview with Joyce Carol Oates.’ Kill Your Darlings. Web. 4 November 2016.

“He Tried … But He Didn’t Ruin My Life”: Tippi Hedren on Alfred Hitchcock and Her New Memoir.’ Forbes. Web. 1 November 2016.

How “Valley of the Dolls” Turned Taking Drugs into a Feminist Act.’ Broadly. Web. 2 May 2016.

How Sylvia Plath’s Rare Honors Thesis Helped Me Understand My Divided Self.’ Lit Hub. Web. 26 April 2016.

The Literary Magazine of the Dark Web.’ The Atlantic. Web. 5 April 2016.

“Stand By Me: The Forgotten History of Gay Liberation,” by Jim Downs.’ The San Francisco Chronicle. Print and web. 10 March 2016.

Twenty-Five Years Later, Bret Easton Ellis Is Done With “American Psycho.”Complex. Web. 17 March 2016.

Review: “Elizabeth Taylor”: the first modern celebrity.’ The Washington Post. Print and web. 19 February 2016.

The Man Behind the Sunglasses.’ Pacific Standard. Web. 28 January 2016.

When Patricia Highsmith Offered Gay Readers a Hopeful Ending.’ The New Republic. Web. 20 November 2015.

Representations of the Defiant.’ Times Higher Education. Print and web. 5 February 2015.