Online, my writing has appeared in The Age, The Brag, BuzzFeed, Daily Life, frankie, Hot Chicks with Big Brains, Junkee, Kill Your Darlings, The Lifted Brow, Meanjin, Noisey, One Week One Band, The Pin, Red Bull Music, Rookie, SBS, Scum, The Sydney Morning Herald, Vice, Writers Bloc and others.
I was a columnist for Daily Life throughout 2016, and wrote a monthly YA fiction column for Scum in 2017.
My essay about online dating and feminism appears in the 2016 anthology Doing It: Women Tell the Truth About Great Sex.
Camp Cope Are Taking Over the Fucking World (The Brag)
Aziz Ansari, Consent and the Difference Between “Okay, Fine” and “Yes” (Junkee)
Stories from the Vietnam War: The Soldier’s Dog (SBS)
Failure By Design: Pop punk, internalised misogyny and me (The Brag)
My conservative Vietnamese family from western Sydney voted “yes” (Daily Life)
The slow redemption of BoJack Horseman (Junkee)
Amazing Babes: My grandmother (Emerging Writers’ Festival)
Meet the teen running Australia’s biggest Johnson & Friends archive (Vice)
Cooking Vietnamese food is like having my family here with me (Daily Life)
Do you have a type, or are you just racist? (SBS Life)
You or Your Memory: On writing memoir and family (Kill Your Darlings)
Having feelings on the internet is a power move (The Lifted Brow)
The irony of silencing feminists for speaking out about rape culture (Daily Life)
Why I’m wary of men who call themselves feminists (Daily Life)
The strange grief of losing a grandparent you barely knew (Daily Life)
You shouldn’t need to choose between your culture and social acceptance (Daily Life)
The pain of seeing travel snaps from a home I cannot visit (Daily Life)
The importance of small wins in the battle against depression (Daily Life)
How casual sex helped me overcome vaginismus (Daily Life)
When the trauma of being fired feels like a bad breakup (Daily Life)
Closed for Business (Rookie)