I write for The Telegraph and other newspapers and magazines on a range of cultural topics from TV and music to arts and books, but I specialise in poetry reviews, columns and features. Poetry is my first love. If you’d like to commission me, drop me an email!

Recent pieces include:

The best new poets to watch in 2016

Morrissey’s List of the Lost, review: ‘Defies all understanding’

A guide to the contemporary poets worth reading

Previously I edited the Around Town section and the Student Guide of The List magazine, where I also wrote on arts, culture and entertainment topics. Articles can be read here.

I was named Columnist of the Year at the Guardian Student Media Awards while I was a student, and have also written about books, TV, pop culture, and the arts for The Guardian, The Times, The Scotsman and Prospect.

In 2012 I co-founded and co-edited, with Amy Key, The Great British Bard-Off. It was a pop-up poetry blog for poems inspired by and in tribute to The Great British Bake-Off, and was featured in The Independent. It was a lot of fun to edit, and enabled me to write a poem in tribute to a wonky Union Jack concealed inside a sponge.