Photo by Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa

Twenty million sisters, The Daily Ant

When you have two lovers, the holidays can be tricky, The Conversation

How to ‘love-craft’ your relationships for health and happiness, The Conversation

Dances with norms, Institute of Art and Ideas

On possibilityPowells Books Blog

How a hackneyed romantic ideal is used to stigmatize polyamory, Aeon

The Conquest of Bertrand Russell's HappinessBulletin of the Bertrand Russell Society

On being the only ones, with Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa, in Off Topic


Short Stories

Photo by Carrie Jenkins

The Woman at Home
Short story
Winner of the New Philosopher Writers’ Award XXI


Photo by Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa

Uninvited: Talking Back to Plato’s Symposium, with Carla Nappi
Book-length collection
Forthcoming with McGill-Queens University Press

Festival poem commissioned for Words On The Water Writers’ Festival 2019

In which I paint myself into a corner
Video poem

Before Aristophanes from Symposium Reimagined, plus an introductory dialogue with Carla Nappi
In The Philosophers Magazine, July 2018

Fourteen from Uninvited
Finalist for the Malahat Review 2018 Far Horizons Poetry Award

Like the blues
Video poem, with Ray Hsu and Swoon

When I say make-up
Runner up, Indiana Review 2016 Twitter Poetry Contest

A ghost is asking
Runner up, Indiana Review 2017 Twitter Poetry Contest


Review of Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan
To appear in The Philosophers’ Magazine

Text Interviews