Writing Achievements

Clippings published in Fish Anthology 2018, Winner Fish Short Fiction Prize 2018



UPCOMING: A short story in Fictive Dream in June, and a flash in Spelk in July. Watch this space!

I Was Something Then, published by Who Writes Short Shorts? May 2019

How it Happens, published by Potato Soup Journal, April 2019


White Wedding, Spring Citron Review, March 2019, beautifully illustrated by Citron Review:


Spring Wedding published in the Spring Citron Review, March 2019, illustrated:


Spring Awakening 500-word story first-prize winner, Spring 2019, Wivenhoe News

Fred’s Party, published in ‘Envy 7 Deadly Sins Volume 6’, Pure Slush, February 2019

The Great Escape longlisted, Retreat West Short Story competition, January 2019

Map Reading  published in The Drabble, January 2019

Spiders recommended in the London Independent Story Prize, 4th Quarter, December 2018, author interview here

A Well-Designed Kitchen published by Potato Soup Journal, December 2018

Simon and Brigitta published by Meniscus Magazine, November 2018

The Buzzard  performed by Fraser McPhie at Liar’s League Hong Kong, October 2018

Here and There published by Who Writes Short Shorts? September 2018

The Dare  ‘Fantastic Flashing’ winner, Retreat West, July 2018

Reader (flash fiction and short story) for rounds one and two, Brighton Prize, Summer 2018

Garage Flowers published by Who Writes Short Shorts? February 2018

Ebb and Flow shortlisted for Liar’s League London, ‘Sacred and Profane’, December 2017

Mermaid’s Curse long-listed for Arachne Press ‘Solstice Shorts’ Dusk Stories, November 2017

Muddy Hell published in The Bigger Picture: Reflections on the Great War, 2017, SaveAs Writers

Hair Apparent published in Words Down the Line, Spring 2017

A6DNR, winner Short Story Competition, Felixstowe Literary Festival, 2016 (published in Suffolk Magazine)

The Mere-Dragoun published in Creel 2, Wivenbooks, University of Essex: Centre for Creative Writing, 2016

MA in Creative Writing awarded by the University of Essex, July 2016

  • Dramatic Structure (Jonathan Lichtenstein)
  • The Wild East (James Canton)
  • Retelling the Tale (Marina Warner)
  • Writing Radio Drama (Elizabeth Kuti)
  • Meet Me at the Cemetery Gates: Exploring the Tension Between Realism and Non-Realism in Radio Drama, radio drama and evaluation, submitted for dissertation

Rolling Back with the National Coast Path published on the Wild Writers ‘Wildeasters’ blog, September 2016

Walking the Sailor’s Path published on the Wild Writers ‘Wildeasters’ blog, December 2016

The Painted Nails published in ‘Breaking the Surface’, shortlisted South Wales Short Story Competition 2015

All Change published in Words Down the Line, Winter 2015

A Brief History of Cycling, winner Hysteria Flash Fiction Competition, 2014 (published in Hysteria 3)

Rehearsing King John published in Words Down the Line, Summer 2014

Revolution 50-second play performed at the University of Essex ‘Homecoming’ event, September 2014

At Alresford Creek published in Words Down the Line, Winter 2012