You can read all of my work for the New Statesman here.

Favourites from the New Statesman:

Why Goodreads is bad for books

My sister and I were inseparable as children. How did we end up so distant as adults?

The strange case of Paul Zimmer, the influencer who came back as a different person

What is shitposting? And why does it matter that the BBC got it wrong?

The Christchurch shooting shows how a far-right web culture is driving radicalisation

INTERVIEW with Roxane Gay – “It’s easier to talk about gang rape than your body”: Roxane Gay on body positivity, trans rights, and 2020

INTERVIEW with Leïla Slimani – “My books will form your worst nightmares”: Leïla Slimani on family, Paris, and sexual violence

Eco-fascism: The ideology marrying environmentalism and white supremacy thriving online

The Guardian

Why the BBC is so bad at engaging younger audiences


What it’s like to have your dating profile publicly shamed

The people who optimise their proposals for Instagram

What it’s like for your partner to leave you to go on Love Island

The Sunday Times

To stop extremists, first unpick their cryptic online world


Forget the £10,000—it’s time to accept that millennials aren’t sabotaging themselves

Learning “Greek” in Ohio: the curious story of how immigration keeps old dialects alive

Men have an empathy problem—so let’s get boys reading fiction