May 2019 Article in local newspapaer The Kitchener Record about self-published comic Life Lines: Katie’s Story (recipient of a grant from the Waterloo Regional Arts Fund).
January 2019 Podcast Interview with John Swinimer of the True North Country Comics Podcast about CorpseTalk, Lost Tales, and living and working in Canada.
December 2018 Corpse Talk: Scientists Shortlisted for Blue Peter Book Awards
March 2018 CorpseTalk: Women featured on Booktrust.org
February 2018 CorpseTalk: Women reviewed by Women Write About Comics
”There are children for whom this will rank among the most valuable books of their lives…”
December 2017 Lost Tales Shortlisted for Blue Peter Book Awards
September 2017 Philip Pullman: Twitter
“I love Corpse Talk. Ingenious and funny and unfailingly fascinating.”
January 2017 How comics are made - Behind-the-scenes article for BookTrust
November 2016 Lost Tales Wins British Comics Young People’s Award
December 2015 Corpse Talk: Season 1 Shortlisted for Blue Peter Book Awards (1st comic book ever)
October 2015 Corpse Talk: Season 1 reviewed by Women Write About Comics
”Corpse Talk often gently suggests to its audience that what they’ve been told elsewhere or before isn’t necessarily the bone-deep truth…”
October 2015 Corpse Talk with Keats featured in The Telegraph
September 2015 How to draw… a zombie-filled comic - how-to article featured in The Guardian.
February 2015 Contribution to What is your earliest memory? Guardian article alongside Sarfraz Manzoor, John-Paul Flintoff, Steven Appleby, Philippa Perry
September 2014 CorpseTalk reviewed in The Telegraph
***** “Comic-strip versions of biography for children are funny and informative”
August 2014 Corpse Talk with Einstein featured in The Guardian
July 2014 The Phoenix reviewed in The Guardian.
“…nonfiction strip Corpse Talk, in which the protagonist digs up and quizzes a corpse of distinction.“
November 2013 Podcast Interview with Neill Cameron about Lost Tales, artistic goals and making a living as a comics artist.