- 'The Real Bird'. Poem of the week, The Telegraph. November 2022.

- 'Past Tense'. The Poetry Review Vol 110, No4, Winter 2020.

- 'A Telephone Conversation with my Sister/ Footnotes'. The Moth Issue 40, Spring 2020.

- 'Bloom'. Mslexia 84, Winter 2019.

- Koestler Voices - New Poetry from Prisons, Vol. 2. Koestler Arts, 2019 (anthology editor).

- Feral (Tarset: Bloodaxe, 2018).

- 'Enchantment' and 'Fawn'. Under the Radar 22, Autumn 2018.

- 'Animal Song (II)’, ‘Lullaby Girl’, Pistons and Bones’ and ‘Scanderoon’. The White Review 21, Spring 2018.

- 'California (I)', 'Sleep Psalm/Weather'. Disclaimer, January 2018.

- 'Postscript', The Emma Press Anthology of Love, January 2018.

Koestler Voices: New Poetry from Prisons, Vol. 1. The Koestler Trust, 2017 (anthology editor).

- ‘Catalogue of Strange Fish’. POETRY, May 2017 and The Poetry Review 107.1, Spring 2017.

 - ‘The Homecoming’. The Tree Line: poems for Trees, Woods & people. London: Worple Press, 2017.

 - ‘Postscript’. Visual Verse, 2016.

 - Wolf’. Magma 62, Summer 2015.

 - ‘Suckling Pig’. Poetry Wales 51.1, Summer 2015.

 - ‘Anthropologies’ and ‘Shoplifter of the World’. Ploughshares, Spring 2015.


 - ‘To Read a History in the Earth’. MAP: Poems after William Smith’s Geological Map of 1815. London: Worple Press, 2015.

 - ‘Poem in Which I Consider My Labours’. Poems in Which issue 5, 2014.

 - Thirty-Three’. The Best British Poetry 2013 (ed. Ahren Warner). London: Salt, 2013.

 - ‘Greening’. Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture, Autumn 2013.

 - ‘From The Blown Definitions’. The Poetry Review 103:3, Autumn 2013.

 - ‘Doomdark’s Revenge’. Coin opera II (ed. Jon Stone and Kirsten Irving). London: Sidekick Books, 2013.

 - ‘Stray Dog’. prac ctit: contemporary poems up close,

 - ‘4.57am’, ‘Dia Del Muertos’, ‘Iron Horse’. The Harlequin Issue 2, 2013

 - 'The Runt’, ‘Un-History’. Dear World & Everyone In It: new poetry in the UK (ed. Nathan Hamilton). Tarset: Bloodaxe Books , 2013


- 'A Fire Ceremony'. The Forward Book of Poetry 2012. London: Faber, 2012. 




'I am haunted by this history but I also haunt it back': two poetry collections'. Review of Jay Bernard's Surge and David Cain's Truth Street. Soundings 74. Spring 2020. 

'"All Things are Words of Some Strange Tongue": Dictionary Definition Form in Contemporary American

Poetry'. Andrew Blades and Piers Pennington (eds) Poetry & the Dictionary. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020


'My Words are Buried Deep'. Review of collections by Jane Yeh, Julia Copus and J.O.Morgan in Poetry London 94, Autumn 2019


'Page as Stage'. Review of Owen Sheers' The Green Hollow (Faber), Luke Wright's Frankie Vah (Penned in the Margins) and Amy McCauley's Oedipa (Guillemot). Poetry London 91, Autumn 2018.  

'The House of Pain and Mending: On Prison Poetry'. The Poetry Review 104:4, Winter 2017


'Borderlands': Review of Anne Carson's Float (Penguin) and Sharon Olds' Odes (Cape).The Poetry Review 106:4, Winter 2016

'Social Class in Contemporary UK Poetry'. Poetry Wales Winter 2016