Non-fictional work

Helping others to tell their stories, as well as telling my own

I am a professionally published writer on genre and gender.

Highlighted essay

Scheherazade and Galahad in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks is available in Companion Piece: Women Celebrate the Humans, Aliens and Tin Dogs of Doctor Who. Edited by L.M. Myles and Liz Barr. (Mad Norwegian Press, 2015)

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It’s about being a fan who came to the show in the pre-video era. It’s about how fans experienced Hartnell before Doctor Who was on twitch. And it’s about how the fan narratives developed between 1989 and 2005 have broken down the walls of canon/non-canon.

Some of my other work

Read my work on the CityMetric website. CityMetric is an arm of theĀ New Statesman, the British magazine that’s been at the forefront of political and cultural journalism since 1913.

Professor Layton and the Passive Princess is available in Chicks Dig Gaming, edited by Jennifer Brozek, Robert Smith? and Lars Pearson. (Mad Norwegian Press, 2014)

Seven to Doomsday: the non-domestication of Doctor Who is available in Chicks Unravel Time, edited by Deb Stannish and LM Miles. (Mad Norwegian Press, 2012)