I write articles, short stories and reviews for a wide range of publications and am open to new commissions. 

SELECTED SHORT FORM PIECES: ARTICLES, REVIEWS AND STORIES

A Tale of Two Lexicons’ – a review of two debut novels both long listed for the Man Booker Prize: Everything Under by Daisy Johnson and In Our Mad and Furious City by Guy Gunaratne, TLS, August 2018

'Whirl and Muddle' - a review of literary essays on war and writing by Samuel Hynes, TLS, May 2018.

'Three Branches of Literary Anthropology', Ethnography, March 2018

'Essays': A review of Reading Life by Chris ArthurTimes Literary Supplement, February 2018

The circus act of writing and mothering’, weheartwriting.com, November 2018

Giving birth to a book vs giving birth to a child’, Female First, November 2017

'Literature, Live', International Literature Showcase, November 2017

'Ark: immersive short story shows in library spaces', The Library as Incubator Project, April 2016

'The Peacock and the Pen', short story for PEN Atlas, March 2016

'Jazzing', short story published by The Pigeonhole, February 2016

Can Myanmar leave censorship behind as it enters a new era?’, The Conversation, 27.11.15

Emerging from the Cocoon: Literary Culture in Myanmar’, Asian Review of Books, November 2015

The Tiger’, Guernica Magazine, 1.4.15

Democracy veteran Win Tin warns of dark times ahead’, Asian Correspondent, 18.4.13

Is Burma Sliding Back Into Censorship?’, Free Speech Debate, 21.3.13

In Defence of the Rule of Law’, Democratic Voice of Burma, 20.3.13   

Headscarves, Human Rights, and Harmonious Multicultural Society: Implications of the French ban for Interpretations of Equality’, Law and Society Review Vol. 41(3) 699–736 (2007)

Aspirational principles or enforceable rights? The future for socio-economic rights in national law’, American University International Law Review, Vol. 22, No. 1, 35-64 (2006)

A right to artistic blasphemy? An examination of the relationship between freedom of expression and freedom of religion’, UCD Law Review, (2006) 6 UCDLR