You can access some of my favorite published pieces below.
I don’t want to get married but I still fantasize about weddings for The Tempest
I’m so happy my parents got divorced for The Tempest
The Whistle Stop School’s fast track to literacy for The Daily Maverick
Gadra’s ‘secret weapon’: writing skills for Grocott’s Mail
“An enlightening read that makes you want to stand on a mountain top and shout, “Viva feminism, viva”. Living While Feminist is powerful, real and raw.” – Qaanitah Hunter
An essay I wrote titled “Shaving” is featured in this anthology published by Kwela (an imprint of NB Publishers) and edited by Jen Thorpe.