The Deck of Crystals | Smith Street Books | 50 cards | ISBN 9781922417817 | February 2022

Frida A to Z | Smith Street Books | 56 pages | ISBN 9781925811476 | April 2020

The Stranger Things Field Guide | Smith Street Books | 136 pages | ISBN 9781925418880 | December 2018

The Book of Barb | Smith Street Books | 96 pages | ISBN 9781925418477 | July 2017


By topic: 

Art & Design

Hiding in plain sight: the modernist artists who shaped Melbourne for The Age

Inside the magical, maximalist world of Luke Edward Hall for Vogue Living Australia

Ellie Kammer on Pain, Feminism and Turning Suffering into Art for Oyster

Modern Blonde: Petra Cortright for Oyster

Meet The Artist: Miso, aka Stanislava Pinchuk for Oyster



Review: The Bear by Andrew Krivak for The Australian

In The Haunting of Hill House, Clothes Make (and Ruin) the Women for Garage Magazine

Ruby Tandoh on Eat Up! for Australian Gourmet Traveller, July 2018

Review: Transcription by Kate Atkinson for The Australian

Review: The Odyssey by Homer, translated by Emily Wilson for The Australian

Review: Such Small Hands by Andres Barba for The Australian

We Talk To The Creators Of Welcome To Night Vale, The Best/Weirdest Podcast On The Internet RN for Oyster



The Climate Crisis: Why Individual Responsibility Still Matters for Matters Journal, February 2020



Why restaurant merchandise is the new band t-shirt for Australian Gourmet Traveller, October 2019

Lonely Lingerie for JONES issue 8, Winter 2018

John Macarthur for Purl Harbour for Oyster #108: The Origins Issue


Popular Culture

‘It’s been a good life’: No regrets for Alan Cumming for The Age/Sydney Morning Herald

Review: Slava’s Snowshow for The Age

Sun, songs and sizzling woks: The things that say Australian summer for Spectrum (The Age/Sydney Morning Herald)

Introducing Angourie Rice for JONES issue 9

Witches in Suburbia: On Marie Schuller’s Short Film Three Women Arrive for Oyster

Mia Wasikowska on Alice, Alan Rickman & Life Outside Of Acting for Oyster

Breaking Bad‘s RJ Mitte On Why Disability Is A Source Of Power for Oyster



Review: Canberra’s Corella is all polish, minus the pretence for Australian Gourmet Traveller, July 2021

Tiny but mighty: the pocket-sized restaurants doing big things for Australian Gourmet Traveller, January 2021

How the 2000 Olympic Games shaped Sydney restaurant history for Australian Gourmet Traveller, May 2020

Tin Can Magic is the ultimate isolation cookbook for The Age/SMH Good Food

The Melbourne bakery that pipes fresh cannoli to order for Australian Gourmet Traveller, May 2019

The return of the crumpet for The Age/SMH Good Food

In the Family: Parwana Afghan Kitchen for Australian Gourmet Traveller, July 2018

Honest to Goodness for Australian Gourmet Traveller, March 2018



Review: Catharsis and revelation as Nick Cave enraptures Hanging Rock for The Age

Nigel Westlake and Lior on creating something beautiful from a place of profound grief for The Age

Henry Rollins Talks Trump, Trans Rights & Sydney’s Lock-Out Laws for Oyster

Rainbow Chan Perfects Dance Anthems Of The Asian Persuasion On Her New Album Spacings for Oyster

Meet The Music Wiz Who Soundtracked The Virgin Suicides, Lost In Translation, & NBC’s Hannibal for Oyster


Narrative non-fiction

Kraków in nine meals for Melbourne City of Literature

So You Want to be a Hero? for New Rules

In Isolation with Nadia Bailey for Dining in Place

Tributary for The Lifted Brow #39

‘Pas de Quartre’ in Balancing Acts: Women in Sport | Brow Books | ISBN 9781925704020 | May 2018

The End of the Road for Neighbourhood Paper

66FF66 for Websafe2k16



Forget Thor and Spider-Man, this is what a modern superhero looks like for The Age

With respect, there’s room for Barty and ballerinas for The Sydney Morning Herald



The Complicated Promise of Digital Minimalism for Matters Journal, January 2020



Forever New: Lake Como for Virgin Voyeur, April 2019