Writing

Short Fiction

  • Home‘ (500 words) – November 2017 – one of five cash prize winners of the Young Oxfordshire Writers’ Competition, judged by Philip Pullman
  • Crane Collapses, No Fatalities (1,000 words) – Autumn 2017 – The Zodiac Review
  • The Kevura‘ (1,000 words) – August 2017 – Flash Fiction Magazine

 

Academic Journalism

Legendary Tales Bind Arthur to European Ideal, The New European, September 16, 2016, p. 45 Review: Joanne Parker & Corinna Wagner, Art & Soul: Victorians and The Gothic, Journal of William Morris Studies, 21.2 (Summer 2015), pp. 97-100
Review: Paul Ward, Red Flag and Union Jack: Englishness, Patriotism and the British Left, 1881–1924, Journal of William Morris Studies, 19.4 (Summer 2012), pp. 103-4 ‘Obviously a Nineteenth Century Tolkien’: The Late Prose Romances of William Morris, Miruvor, Michaelmas Term, 2011, pp. 4-6

Academic

The Once and Future Bard: Shakespeare and King Arthur, in Culture-blind Shakespeare: Multiculturalism and Diversity (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2016), pp. 9-20 Doctoral Thesis: A Type of King: The Figure of Arthur in Mid-nineteenth to Mid-twentieth Century Literature, Oxford University, 2014
The Eglinton Tournament and the Propagation of Chivalry, Journal of Victorian Culture Online, April 2013 The Living Past of Morris’s Late RomancesJournal of William Morris Studies, 19.2 (Summer 2011): 20-30

Games Journalism

Sermons

Loneliness and the Work of Robert Stephen Hawker, Pembroke College chapel, Oxford, Trinity Term, 2014 Perfect Love, Pembroke College chapel, Oxford, Trinity Term, 2013
Love, Honour, and the Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis, Pembroke College chapel, Oxford, Trinity Term, 2012 The Honest Trek of R.S. Thomas, Hatfield College chapel, Durham, Easter Term, 2010

Blog Articles

The Thing about the Thing Itself: C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, Adam Roberts. March 2017 Celebrating Warcraft: A review of Warcraft, dir. Duncan Jones. June 2016

Other

Forsooth! (2010) A four-part radio play about an Elizabethan protestant who travels in time to modern-day Durham. I acted in, and c0-wrote, with Robert Weedon Hatfield Spirit, a song for Hatfield College, Durham, written for the above-mentioned radio play (music by Robert Weedon)