Books (fiction):

  1. Visitation Seeds with 845 Press (2020)
  2. What We See in the Smoke with Crowsnest Books (2019)
  3. Wychman Road with the Zharmae Publishing Press (2016, Out of Print)

Prizes Judged

  1. The Hart House Literary Prize 2022 – Prose Judge
  2. The Hart House Literary Prize 2021 – Prose Judge

Short works:


  1. After-Crisis in The Temz Review issue 17 (Fiction)
  2. Underneath in The Red House: An Anthology of Speculative Poetry vol. 2 (Poetry)
  3. Asylum Saint Skies in Deathcap March 2021 Issue (Poetry)
  4. The New Gods of the House in Abyss and Apex Issue 80 (Poetry)


  1. Hybrids Of Mind And Body: The Forms And Freedoms Of The Cyborg In Posthumanist Science Fiction (Masters Thesis – Ryerson University)
  2. The City Below Sound in The Local issue 7 (Personal Essay)
  3. We Have Seen The Future in the Eunoia Review (Fiction)
  4. We’re Here for the Ride: Toronto’s Last Night at KFB in the Puritan Town Crier (Feature)
  5. That Ghostly Voyage Beyond in Cypress Poetry Journal (Poem)
  6. Distributing Our Horizons: Ken Liu’s Children of the Cloud and the Birth of Digital (Post)Humanity for Strange Horizons Fund Drive Issue (Essay)
  7. A Bird of Flesh and Futures in Cypress Poetry Journal (Poem)
  8. Questioning Our Characters: Performative Identity in Nella Larsen’s Passing and Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape in Empty Mirror (Essay)
  9. Queering the Cyborg: How The Hybrid Body Can Set us Free for Strange Horizons (Essay)
  10. Exit West: Freedom in the Digital City in Empty Mirror (Essay)
  11. Hard-Light Bodies in The Temz Review issue 10 (Fiction)
  12. Watchmen: We See What We Want to See for The Nerd Daily (Article)
  13. Allen Ginsberg: Howl for the queer and disabled Americans in Empty Mirror (Essay)
  14. Queer Time Machines: Hauntologies of Literature in Terse Journal (Essay)


  1. Önder Deligöz: Fiction, Feelings and Freedom for PEN Canada (Interview)
  2. March Break Happenings at the University of Toronto for Intersections (article)
  3. Trick or Treating with Food Allergies for Intersections (article)
  4. Word on the Street! for Intersections (article)
  5. Larissa Lai’s “Rachel” and Cyborg Identity for Augur Magazine (article)
  6. Dear Editor in Half A Grapefruit Magazine (flash-fiction)
  7. Dog Food for Dallas in The UC Review online (poetry)
  8. A Grim House in Heaven in The Trinity Review Volume 131 (poetry)


  1. Coen Brothers: The Message of these Mortal Remain (Self-Published Blog Post)
  2. Cormac McCarthy’s The Road and the Death of Dialogue Tags (Self-Published Blog Post)
  3. Vision in Review: I Too Shall Be Saved By Love (Self-Published Blog Post)
  4. Do Androids Dream in Review (Self-Published Blog Post)
  5.  Arrival/Story of Your Life: Language of Film and Prose (Self-Published Blog Post)
  6. The Simplica Girl Diaries in Review (Self-Published Blog Post)
  7. A Children’s Crusade in Reverse/Slaughterhouse Five in Review (Self-Published Blog Post)
  8. Ray Bradbury: There Will Come Soft Rains in Review (Self-Published Blog Post)
  9. Letters to a Young Poet in Review (Self-Published Blog Post)
  10. Theory of Adaptation in Review (Self-Published Blog Post)
  11. Cat’s Cradle: The Sin of Scientists and Systems in Terse Journal (Essay)
  12. Closing Time in Terse Journal (fiction)
  13.  Tenants in Sweet Tree Review Volume 3.1 (fiction)


  1. The Poor Teaching Practices of Albus Dumbledore for The Spectatorial (Article)
  2. Arrival – A Case of Déjà vu for The Spectatorial (Article)
  3. Lonesome No More for The Spectatorial (Article)
  4. Bowie Fiction for The Spectatorial (Article)
  5. Wrath of Khan Introspective for The Spectatorial (Article)
  6. The Sins of Professor X (Part 1) for The Spectatorial (Article)
  7. The Sins of Professor X (Part 2) for The Spectatorial (Article)
  8. A Dream of a Good Life in Liquid Imagination issue 35 (fiction)
  9. The War with Space in the Kaaterskill Basin Literary Journal 2.4 (fiction)
  10. Yum in The UC Review Winter 2017 (fiction)
  11. A Carnival World in South 85 Journal (fiction)
  12. Death Watch in Occulum Journal (fiction)
  13. The End of History in The Goose Volume 6 (fiction)
  14. Why I Was Late for Class in The Gargoyle, Volume 62 issue 7
  15. Rocket Connection in Occulum Journal (fiction)


  1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens—We’re Home for The Spectatorial (Article)
  2. I Aim to Misbehave – The Confusing Gender Politics of Firefly for The Spectatorial (Article)
  3. Daredevil Season 2: Here Comes the Man Without Fear for The Spectatorial (Article)
  4. Not My Superman for The Spectatorial (Article)
  5. Doing What’s Right: A Review of Captain America – Civil War for The Spectatorial (Article)
  6.  4 Heroes. 4 Movies. 4 Mistakes. 4 Puns. for The Spectatorial (Article)
  7. Trying to Be Happy – Exploring the Issue of Humanness in “Swiss Army Man” for The Spectatorial (Article)
  8. Remember To Save What Keeps Us Human: Looking At “Childhood’s End” for The Spectatorial (Article)
  9. The Martian Mustache in The Spectatorial Volume 6 (fiction)
  10. City Souls in Indigo Lit Issue 2 (fiction)


  1. Sandman: Handful of Dust for The Spectatorial (Article)
  2. Almost Human: Synthetic Soul for The Spectatorial (Article)
  3. The Flash Season One: “Run, Barry, Run!” for The Spectatorial (Article)
  4. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country for The Spectatorial (Article)
  5. Jessica Jones: It’s Time to Learn Her Name for The Spectatorial (Article)
  6. Ex_Machina – I am become Death for The Spectatorial (Article)
  7. Jessica Jones: Feminist Noir for The Spectatorial (Article)
  8. Hannibal: What do you see? for The Spectatorial (Article)
  9. God Bless You, Mr. Vonnegut for The Spectatorial (Article)
  10. Sandman: Handful of Dust for The Spectatorial (Article)
  11.  Almost Human: Synthetic Soul for The Spectatorial (Article)
  12. Reach for the Stars! Or in Defence of Science Fiction Literature for The Spectatorial (Article)
  13. Imagine Magic! In Defense of Fantasy Literature for The Spectatorial (Article)
  14. No Capes! An Introduction to Comics and Graphic Novels of the Non-Superhero Variety for The Spectatorial (Article)
  15. Without Fear: The Devil in Depression for The Spectatorial (Article)
  16. An Interview with Bruce Meyer in The Strand (interview)
  17. Our Perspective in The Spectatorial Volume 4 (fiction)


  1. I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts… But Flying Saucers Give Me Chills! For The Spectatorial (Article)
  2. A Good Land for Myths for The Spectatorial (Article)
  3. The Stuff What Don’t Get Spoke: Hawkeye and Disability Done Well for The Spectatorial (Article)


  • Masters of Arts: Literatures of Modernity from Ryerson University (2019-2020)
  • Honours Bachelor of Arts (Major in English, Minors in Philosophy & Writing and Rhetoric) from The University of Toronto (2014-2019). Graduated with Distinction

Scholarships, Grants, Awards:

  1. Canada Council for the Arts Research and Creation Grant (2021)
  2. MA Award for Best Creative Essay from Ryerson University (2020)
  3. Toronto Arts Council Individual Writers Grant (2020)
  4. Ryerson Graduate Fellowship (2019/2020)
  5. The Samuel James Stubbs Fellowship (2019)
  6. The Special Woodhouse Prize for English (2019)

Editorial Work:

Speaking Engagements:

  1. The Kurt Vonnegut Society at American Literature Association 32nd Annual Conference: “Cat’s Cradle: The Sin of Science and Systems” (July 2021)
  2. The Baseline Press, 845 Press & Rose Garden Press 2020 Chapbook Launch (November 2020)
  3. Designing the Self conference: Human Expansions: The Literary Worlds of Distributed Cognition with the Humanities Graduate Student Association at York University (July 2020)
  4. RCYP Snapshots 2020/Children’s Texts and Material Cultures: A Research Snapshot Symposium at Ryerson University: Grief and Loss across the Spider-Verse: Death in Comics (March 2020)
  5. Excavations 26th Annual McGill English Graduate Conference: “Queering the Cyborg, How Hybrid Bodies can Set us Free” (February 2020)
  6. The 2019 Nerdtacular: The Literary Cyborg, with Nerd Nite Toronto (November 2019)
  7. The Bi Arts Festival Author Showcase (September 2019)
  8. Toronto as a Science Fiction and Fantasy Setting panel, with Bakka Phoenix Books and the Merril SF Collection (September 2019)
  9.  Howl with Valentino Assenza at CIUT 89.5 FM (August 2019)