My research project
Climate Fiction World-Making and its Effects
I am a postgraduate researcher in creative writing, with a focus on climate fiction, protest fiction, and trauma theory. I am particularly interested in the ways in which writers address the psychological impacts of climate change, and in the ways in which climate fiction impacts readers.
I founded Stag Hill Literary Journal in 2017 in the hope of creating a forum for contemporary creative work. The journal welcomes creative discussion on pertinent social issues by new and established authors, poets, and artists. You can find the journal's online presence here.
I teach seminars in the School of Literature and Languages. I have taught Understanding the Novel and Thinking Like Writer.