Forthcoming first poetry collection 'Animal Wall', Seren Books, February 2024


Poems (either published or forthcoming) in magazines & anthologies:

'Stars Siphon Narcissus So', Atrium Poetry, July 2023 

'Missa Solemnis, A Pond for All Eels, Turning Saints into the Sea', The Lonely Crowd, May 2023 

'The Substrate of a Rose', Abridged Magazine, 2023 

'Sanctuary', Planet - The Welsh Internationalist, May 2023 

'Noddfa' (translated into Welsh), Bardass magazine, February 2023 

'Ramadan', Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2023 Anthology, January 2023 

'Yashica 635' and 'Internal Reliquary', Anthropocene Poetry, December 2022 

'Muktijodha', Poetry Wales, Winter 2022, Volume 58, Number 2, 2022

'Teach Jackdaws Avionics', Propel Magazine, issue 2, 2022

'East of the Sun, West of the Moon' and 'Ramadan', Bad Lilies, issue 9, 2022

'Animal Wall', 'Maps & Rooms, Writing from Wales', Lucent Dreaming 2022

'Together Stronger', Gwrthryfel/Uprising, An anthology of radical Welsh poetry, Edited by Mike Jenkins, 2022

'Bread of Heaven', 'Love the Words', winners' anthology of 2022 International Dylan Thomas Day Prize, page 21, April 2022  

'A Morning Walk', Honest Ulsterman, 2022  

'Chocolate', Poetry Wales, Winter 2021, Volume 57, Number 2, 2021 

'Butter', Poetry Wales, Spring 2021, Volume 56, Number 3, 2021

'Seamstress', South Bank Poetry, Issue thirty three & four, 2021

'Hope is a Four Letter Word', 'Love the Words', winners' anthology of 2020 International Dylan Thomas Day Prize, page 18, April 2020 


Forthcoming Poetry Collection Review of Into the Same Sound Twice by Zakia Carpenter-Hall, More Than Weeds by L Kiew, and Watershed by Ruth Padel, Poetry London, Autumn 2023  

Poetry Collection Review of Eric Egalle Charles's 'Homelands' & 'Wild Correspondings, An Eco-Poetry Handbook' by Kay Syrad and Clare Whistler, Poetry Wales, Summer 2022, Volume 58, Number 1  

'The Decisive Moment: Documenting Activism in the Digital Era of Citizen Journalism', Land of Change, Stories of Struggle & Solidarity from Wales. Edited by Gemma June Howel. Culture Matters, 2022

'Best of 2021: A selection of cultural hightlights from the last 12 months by Taz Rahman', Nation Cymru & Eiddo, 2022   

'Poetry Collection Review of Isabelle Baafi's 'Ripe' & Abeer Ameer's 'Inhale/Exile', Poetry Wales, Summer 2021, Volume 57, Number 1  


Ithaka, performed at The Gate Arts, Cardiff, 2019 

Three Sisters, performed at The Gate Arts, Cardiff 2018