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Tinyletter // Consent research abroad

I’m heading off to East Africa and India to research how sexual consent is taught. In an effort to pin down my thoughts, keep grandma updated and stave off loneliness, I’m writing a tinyletter. I’ll post once a week and…

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Allen Wright Award 2018

I’m thrilled to have been awarded the Allen Wright Award for reviews for the second time! It was presented for my pieces on Daughter and Everything Not Saved, both published in The Guardian. The Stage did a lovely write up of the…

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Notes from Edinburgh Fringe 2018

  On my grandma’s dresser is a letter that my brother wrote when he was five? six? It’s addressed to the Manchester United football team. He names each of the players. He invites them round for tea and scones with…

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018 (all writing)

  To keep track of the month:   Reviews Offstage – Fest 2* Class – Fest 3* Chase Scenes – Fest 3* Beowulf – Fest 3* Everything Not Saved – The Guardian 4* <——– this is my favourite, read this one Midsummer – The Guardian 5*…

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Pride [footnote xxxiv]

[A follow up to this, based off three months in Burkina Faso. Happy Pride] Xxxiv. Taboo When I feel comfortable enough with him, I say I find attitudes towards homosexuality here difficult. We talk it through, from afar. I say…

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Burkina Faso // Footnotes

  [Three months in Réo, Burkina Faso.]    PART I     i. Nighttime Take the second left off the main road and bump through the dirt track. Follow it down until you almost hit the slab of stone in…

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