Written Works

Short stories, flash fiction and short creative non-fiction:

(2023) ‘Wheat and Moon’ in Westerly 68.1

(2023) ‘Ancestor’ in A Field Guide For Stargazing for Perth Festival Visual Arts Program 2023 (read online)

(2022) ‘Riverland’ in A Glossary of Water for Rivus: 23rd Biennale of Sydney (reprint)

(2022) ‘Bardi Man’ for the Undertow exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre, part of Perth Festival (read online, halfway down page)

(2021) ‘Duneland’ in Bilya Bidi: Crossings for Fremantle Biennale

(2021) ‘Split’ in Flock: First Nations Stories Then And Now (reprint)

(2021) ‘Watershed’ for Arts House Melbourne (read or listen online)

(2019) ‘Ricochet’ in Westerly Ancestor’s Words online special edition (read online)

(2019) ‘Iridium’ in the Other Suns exhibition catalogue at Fremantle Arts Centre (read online)

(2018) ‘Split’ in Stories of Perth


(2024) ‘Moolar Nih / Wetland Listening’ for City of Kwinana (forthcoming)

(2024) ‘Syrinx’ for Melville Midwinter by City of Melville

(2024) ‘Birak’ in Right Way Down by Fremantle Press

(2023) ‘origami cockatoo’ in Shipping Roots: Plant journeys through Empire, edited by Keg de Souza

(2022) ‘sea fossils’ in Plumwood Mountain Journal (read online)

(2021) ‘Miyaak Haiku’ in Westerly Great Southern online special edition (read online)

(2021) ‘nookert-ngoornd-barniny / sleepwalking’ for Cordite (read online)

(2020) ‘Yoowalkoorl’ for the Yoowalkoorl exhibition for Midland Junction Arts Centre (read online)

(2019) ‘Five Haiku’ in Westerly 64.1 – Patricia Hackett Prize Winner 2019 (read online)

(2019) ‘Dilbi Werdiny/Leaf Falling’ installation at Regal Place in East Perth

Articles and essays:

(2022) ‘Katie West’ in MCA catalogue Primavera 2022: Young Australian Artists

(2022) ’20 years in the making: witnessing the Dwoort Baal Kaat songline’s incredible return to Noongar Country’ for The Conversation

(2021) ‘The story so far…’ for the game Convergence for Arts House Melbourne

(2021) ‘Asking for our blood’ for Overland

(2020) ‘MARINATE(V)’ for the Preppers art exhibition by Arts On The Move

(2019) ‘Five Short Blasts: A Collection of Reflections’ by Semaphore

(2017) ‘The Role of Art in Decolonisation’ for Artsource


(2024) ‘Yhonnie Scarce’s The Light of Day at AGWA‘ for The Saturday Paper

(2023) ‘Journeys through water, time and truth-telling’ for Seesaw Magazine

(2022) ‘Celebrating yorgas, Country and kinship at Fremantle Arts Centre’ for Seesaw Magazine

(2021) ‘Perspectives from the waves’ for Seesaw Magazine


(2019) ‘the banksia is lit‘ Indigenous poetry booklet for Community Arts Network