Sometimes I am asked to guest blog for companies or other blogs. This is a directory of these posts. If you would like to ask me to guest blog for you, please see the Contact Me tab.
Feminist Culture is a site dedicated to endorsing intersectional feminism and gender equality.
- The Portrayal of Male Victims in Comics (August 2015)
International Gothic Association
IGA is an academic association for Gothic studies. The most well-respected academics in the field are members. These are the posts I write for them during my month as guest editor.
- Christmas Demons I – Icelandic Folklore (December 2014)
- Christmas Demons II – Krampus and Perchta (December 2014)
- Fairy Tale Fashions (January 2015)
- A Brief Look at Werewolf Literature (January 2015)
The Gothic Imagination
The Gothic Imagination is a blog ran by Stirling University. It is a blog for academics and postgraduate students who research the Gothic.
The Guardian is a British newspaper with a student blog. These are the posts I was asked to write for them.
- How to do Christmas presents on the cheap (December 2014)
Verbal Remedy is a Newcastle-based project which aims to teach consent in schools. Its blog concerns itself with feminism, activism and media representation.
- Jumping Puddles (March 2015)
- Women in Comics: Women in Refrigerator (July 2015)
- Women in Comics: The Sexy Lamp Test (July 2015)
- Pastel Petticoats: Why Suffragette needs to be more diverse (October 2015)
- Boys will be held accountable; Merritt Smith and Normalised Abuse (October 2015)
- Being a Butterfly: My Battle with Depression and Cancer (January 2016)
Writing North East
Writing North East is a site for writers in the North East of England. It has writing tips, stories and various other resources for writers.
- February Guest Blogger (February 2015)
- Here There Be Dragons (February 2015)
- How Not To Romance (February 2015)
- Social Media and Writing: Building an Online Platform for Beginners (February 2015)
- Social Media and Writing: Blogging 101 (February 2015)
- 14 Untranslatable Words (February 2015)
- An Argument for Creative Writing Degrees (February 2015)