Green Dot, debut novel, forthcoming 2023 (Aus) and 2024 (UK, US)

Press: “A&U acquires Gray debut novel ‘Green Dot’,” Books + Publishing , “W&N snaps up Gray’s ‘boisterously funny’ debut in lightning fast pre-empt,” The Bookseller

“Cliff Notes,” Everything, All At Once (Ultimo Press)




Academic Writing

Making Her Time (and Time Again): Feminist Phenomenology and Form in Recent British and Irish Fiction Written by Women, Contemporary Women’s Writing 

“I Hate Capitalism” and Other Cool Tinder Bios, Contemporary Canons Symposium (University of Birmingham)




Review Essays

Australia in Three Books, Meanjin

Which One Are You?, Overland

Blank Space: on Jennifer Down, Sydney Review of Books

Silk-lined complacency, Australian Book Review

The Meanings of Production: ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’, The Monthly 

A Bite Worse Than Her Bark: Lauren Oyler’s ‘Fake Accounts’, The Monthly

The Gender of Genius: The Queen’s Gambit, The Saturday Paper

Fucking old white men: on Raven Leilani’s Luster, Overland 

The summer’s tale: On Ali Smith’s seasonal quartet, The Monthly

My Brilliant Gal Pal: Attraction by Ruby Porter, Sydney Review of Books

All the Feels: Julienne van Loon and Kate Richards, Sydney Review of Books

Cross-Stitch: Sam George-Allen and Bri Lee, Sydney Review of Books

Three Paths for A Novel: A Review of John Purcell’s ‘The Girl On The Page’, The Lifted Brow




News / Misc Articles

“Australia’s literary canon doesn’t have much for queer women – but these are some of my favourites,” The Guardian

“All eyes were on me: what would the fool ocker girl say?”, Good Weekend SMH

Build a glass bridge and get over it, Good Weekend SMH

Fed up with sexism and snobbery, these artists are reclaiming women’s bodies, Good Weekend SMH

It takes three, baby: the rise of the throuple, Good Weekend SMH

The Bookshop: The story of Australia’s oldest LGBT bookstore, BBC





Sydney Opera House Queer Lit Double Bill: Mixed Metaphors, Sydney WorldPride

In Conversation with Indyana Schneider for the launch of 28 QuestionsBetter Read Than Dead

Why do millennials love Sally Rooney?, The Culture podcast

Sex Workers Take on Gentrification and Evil Landlords in “Hot Stew,” Electric Literature

Exposing the Truth – Kate McClymont, The Beast


Short Reviews

Underground Lovers by Alison Pouliot, The Saturday Paper

My Heart is a Little Wild Thing by Nigel Featherstone, The Saturday Paper

Burning Questions by Margaret Atwood, The Saturday Paper

The Furies by Mandy Beaumont, The Saturday Paper

The coming-of-age drama I clung to like a life raft in early lockdown, Good Weekend SMH

Dropbear essentials: Indigenous poet Evelyn Araluen’s debut collection simmers with rage, Good Weekend SMH

Second Place by Rachel Cusk, The Saturday Paper

Love Bridgerton? Then tune in to Emily Dickinson, the noted kook who will not marry, Good Weekend SMH

Transnationalism: On Christina Stead and the Matter of America, Times Literary Supplement

Ars Memoriae: On In The Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado, Audrey


Awards + Scholarships

Woollahra Digital Literary Awards (Non-fiction), 2021 Finalist

Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Grant, 2021

Walkley Pacsall Prize for Arts Criticism, 2021 Finalist

CA-Sydney Review of Books Emerging Critics Fellow, 2019

J B Watt University of Sydney Travelling Scholarship, 2017-2021

University of Manchester School of Arts, Languages, and Cultures PhD Studentship, 2019 – 2022