I have written two books, and published chapters in several others. Please click below for details.
Rayner Heppenstall: A Critical Study (Dalkey Archive Press, 2007).
Trans: A Memoir (Verso Books, 2015).
Contributions to other titles
Bad Feelings (Book Works, 2015)
Short story ‘I’m too sad to tell you about I’m Too Sad to Tell You’ – also featuring Sara Ahmed, Jacob Bard-Rosenberg, Lauren Berlant, Sean Bonney, Dominic Fox, Priyamvada Gopal, David Graeber, Esther Leslie, Francesca Lisette, Benjamin Noys, Wail Qasim and others. Edited by Nina Power.
The Flexible Sex (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, 2012)
Essay ‘Conundrum: The Dilemmas in Transsexual Autobiographies’ – volume also features Rosi Braidotti, Clare Hemmings and Heidi Safia Mirza.
Letters Lived: Radical reflections, revolutionary paths (Three O’Clock Press, 2012)
A letter to my teenage self – also featuring Selma James, Nina Power, Rae Spoon and others.
Liberating the Canon (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2018)
Anthology of ‘radically innovative and nonconforming forms of literature in the UK and US, edited by Isabel Waidner. Includes my story ‘The Holiday Camp’, along with works by Mojisola Adebayo, Jess Arndt, Jay Bernard, SJ Fowler, Sara Jaffe, Roz Kaveney, Mira Mattar, Nat Raha, Rosie Snajdr, Timothy Thornton, Joanna Walsh and Eley Williams.
Protest: Stories of Resistance (Comma Press, 2017)
A collection of short stories about the history of protest and resistance in Great Britain and Ireland. My piece, ‘Never Going Underground’ (about the demonstration against Clause 28 in Manchester in February 1988) is featured alongside work by Sandra Alland, Frank Cottrell Boyce, Kit de Waal, Stuart Evers, Courttia Newland, Holly Pester, Alexei Sayle and others.
The Syllabus: Volume Three (Verbivoracious Press, 2015)
Short texts about The Blaze of Noon (Rayner Heppenstall) and A Portrait of the Writer as a Domesticated Animal (Lydie Salvayre). The anthology also includes Lauren Elkin, Daniel Levin Becker, Lee Rourke and many others.
An Unreliable Guide to London (Influx Press, 2016)
A collection of short stories about places in London. My work, ‘Corridors of Power’, is featured alongside work by Chloe Aridjis, Courttia Newland, Ironosen Okojie, Nikesh Shukla, Will Wiles and many others.
Women in Clothes (Penguin, 2014)
Interview with Sheila Heti.