“A Year Without Writing: Temporalities in Hervé Guibert’s Video Diary,” French Studies Bulletin, Oxford University Press. [Forthcoming, 2024.]

“The Lesbian Body Without Organs: Monique Wittig’s Critique of Psychoanalysis and the Poststructuralist Turn,” Journal of Lesbian Studies, Routledge. [Forthcoming, 2024.]

Against the tyranny of the fact: Autofabulation as a queer strategy of resistance” in NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies, 2022.

“Ceci n’est pas une autofiction” in Spirale, 279, Thérèse St-Gelais and Clark Pignedoli (eds.), Spring 2022.

“This Book is Not an Autofiction: Paul B. Preciado’s Queer Critique of Psychoanalysis” in French Studies, Oxford UP. [Under Review.]


Bárbara Sánchez-Kane: Conspiring With Fashion,” ArtReview, 2024.

On the Tip of Tarek Lakhrissi’s Tongue,” ArtReview, 2023.

AIDS Transcends History in a Dialogue Across Time,” ArtReview, 2023.

The Conservative, Anti-Elitist Art of Gilbert & George,” ArtReview, 2023.

The ‘Museumification’ of Queerness,” ArtReview, 2022.

Gregg Bordowitz: I Wanna Be Well,” Art Monthly, 2021.

Gray Wilebinski at Hales Gallery, London,” Art Forum, 2021.

Sunil Gupta: From Here to Eternity,” Art Monthly, 2020.

Hervé Guibert: A Year Without Writing,” The White Review, 2020.


I spent two years squatting in the Musée d’Orsay – the great Sophie Calle on her ‘lost’ days,” The Guardian, 2022.

AA Bronson on the radical, enduring legacy of General Idea,” Wallpaper, 2022.

At Her Home in Suffolk, Olivia Laing Finds Fresh Inspiration,” The New York Times Style Magazine, 2021.

Peaches on her post-human sex toy art show: ‘It’s disturbing – but a lot of fun’,” The Guardian, 2019.

For Carmen Argote, Avocados Are a Paint and a Powerful Metaphor,” Frieze, 2019.

Eduardo Sarabia: The Sculptor Turning Treasure Hunts Into Art,” The New York Times Style Magazine, 2018.

“Artist Gregg Bordowitz Changed the Way the World Saw AIDS, and He’s Still Fighting,” i-D, 2017.