POETRY EDITOR (Current, Independent)
I have edited and commissioned collections with renowned publishers such as Faber, Valley Press and New Writing North, working with Forward, Laurel and TS Eliot prize-winning poets.

LITERARY CRITIC (Current, Independent)
Regular contributions to the TLS, The London Magazine, PNR, Poetry Review, Poetry London, Poetry School and more.  

Between 2020 and 2023 I served on the Executive Board of Poets for Ambit; selecting work from regular submissions for single editions, whilst judging entries for annual competitions.

(Editorial Assistant 2016-2017; Assistant Editor 2017-2020; Associate Editor, 2020-2022)
Editing Aesthetica’s bimonthly arts and culture magazine and all related print / digital publications; managing competitions, events, and partnerships.


MAGMA Issue 88, Underworld (Co-editor alongside Ella Duffy & Leo Boix, March 2024
Ambit Issue 249 (The MAGICK issue) (Contributing Editor), February 2023
Ambit Issue 248 (The WAR issue) (Contributing Editor), September 2022
Butcher’s Dog Issue 17 (Co-Editor alongside Jo Clement, Pippa Little & Ella Duffy), September 2022 
Ambit Issue 246 (Contributing Editor), February 2022
Aesthetica Magazine (Associate Editor) Issues 70-108, 2016-2022
Aesthetica Creative Writing Anthology (Associate Editor) Annual 2016-2021
Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology (Associate Editor), Annual 2016-2022
Aesthetica Short Film Festival Programme (Associate Editor), Annual 2016-2022


Emma Must, The Ballad of Yellow Wednesday (Valley Press), December 2022 
Linda France, Startling (Faber & New Writing North), October 2022
Out of Time: Poetry from the Climate Emergency (Valley Press), July 2021

The Guardian, Best Poetry Books of 2021, December 2021 (for Out of Time)
Poetry Book Society Special Commendation, Autumn 2021 (for Out of Time


Sony World Photography Awards, on the theme of Building a Better Future, 2021
Freedom from Torture Poetry Competition (alongside Ian McMillan, Imtiaz Dharker & Inua Ellams), 2020 Frontier Poetry Chapbook Contest (reader for Carl Phillips), 2020
Frontier Award for New Poets (reader for Paige Lewis, Camonghne Felix & Jake Skeets), 2020
Frontier Award for New Poets (reader for Ocean Vuong, Kaveh Akbar & Eve L. Ewing), 2019


Leeds Lit Fest, Spring Rhythm (alongside Zaffar Kunial, Matt Howard, Charlotte Eichler, Jess Richards, Rachel Bower and Kimberly Campanello), March 2023
The Ballad of Yellow Wednesday Book Launch, No Alibis, Belfast, December 2022
NAWE Virtual Conference 2022: Chair, Art in a Climate Emergency, alongside James Thorton, CEO, ClientEarth, and Jacqueline Saphra, March 2022
Penned in the Margins: Online Event, Human Geography: Writing the Environment in Crisis, alongside Tim Cresswell and Karen McCarthy Woolf, October 2021
Durham Book Festival, Beginning Again: Is the climate crisis a crisis of the imagination? In Conversation with Linda France, October 2021.
Poetry Society, Screen Share Digital Skills Training Virtual Event, July 2021.
Homerton College, University of Cambridge: Ecopoetics Panel Discussion with Ella Duffy, Jade Cuttle and Mariah Whelan, May 2021.
Aesthetica Future Now Symposium, Bringing the Magazine to Life, April 2021
Aesthetica Future Now Symposium, The Changing Face of Journalism, March 2020
Aesthetica Art Prize Lectures, Art as Mechanism, March 2019
Aesthetica Future Now Symposium, Modes of Consumption: Arts Journalism in the Digital Age, March 2019
Aesthetica Art Prize Lectures, Art of Transformation, September 2018
Aesthetica Future Now Symposium, Ethics of Content: Art Journalism in the Digital Age, May 2018
Aesthetica Future Now Symposium, The Future of Art Journalism, May 2017
Frieze London, Contemporary Photography and Publishing, October 2016
Aesthetica Future Now Symposium, The Permanence of Print, May 2016


Times Literary Supplement: Review of Out of Time, February 2022
Under the Radar: Review of Out of Time, January 2022
Poetry School: Poetry Books of the Year 2021, December 2021
XR Writers Rebel: Interview, Poetry from the Climate Emergency, December 2021
The Guardian: Poetry Books of the Year, December 2021
Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine: Review of Out of Time, August 2021
The Guardian: Poem of the Month, August 2021
Mslexia: Ecopoetry Versus Nature Poetry, June 2021
MagCulture: At Work with Kate Simpson, May 2021


Mutually Inclusive (on Jorie Graham, Brenda Shaughnessy and Stephen Watts), The Poetry Review, Vol, 113, No. 1, Spring 2023
Beasts and Superbeasts (on Joanna Bagniewska’s The Modern Bestiary), Times Literary Supplement, February 2023
An Intimate Olfactory Exploration of Trees (on David George Haskell’s Thirteen Ways to Smell a Tree), Times Literary Supplement, January 2023
Water, not Commodity (on Erica Gies, Water Always Wins), Times Literary Supplement, September 2022
Wasps for Wasps’ Sake (on Seirian Sumner, Endless Forms), Times Literary Supplement, June 2022 
To Be Human (on Emily Berry, Polly Atkin and Fiona Benson), Poetry London, Issue 102, June 2022 
History is Gunk (on Susanne Wedlech, Slime: A Natural History), Times Literary Supplement, February 2022 
A Series of Little Deaths (on Penelope Lively), The London Magazine, February / March 2022 
Positive / Negative Space (on Gail McConnell, Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe & Threa Almontaser), The Poetry Review, Vol 111, No. 4, Winter 2021
Salt, Sugar, Sweat: The Aesthetics of Danger (On Lucy Caldwell, Natsuko Imamura & Amber Medland), The London Magazine, August / September 2021
Subversion and Satire (on Luke Kennard & Julian Stannard), The Poetry Review, Summer Issue 2021 
State of Flux (on Annie Freud, Claudine Toutoungi & Phoebe Stuckes), Poetry London Issue 100, 2021 On Ruth Padel’s Beethoven Variations, Poetry School, May 2021 
On Simon Armitage’s Magnetic Field, Poetry School, March 2021 
Conditions of Survival (on Ella Frears & Daisy Lafarge), The Poetry Review, Vol. 110, No. 4, Winter Issue 2020 
The Entanglements of Consumerism (on Inua Ellams, Tim Cresswell & Abi Palmer), The London Magazine, October / November 2020 
Interview, Kirsty Logan on Why We Return to Horror, The London Magazine, October 2020
Review, Andrés Barba, Luminous Republic & Such Small Hands, The London Magazine, May 2020
Review, Peter Stamm, The Sweet Indifference of the World, The London Magazine, February 2020


The Last Demography (Short Fiction), The London Magazine, February / March 2021.


University of Leeds, PhD in Extinction Studies (Ecopoetics), 2022–
Newcastle University, Creative Writing MA (Distinction), 2015
University of Nottingham, First Class English with Creative Writing BA (Hons), 2014