Breathe: Stories from Cuba (flipped eye, 2016) is my debut collection, and originates in the time I lived in Havana and the Pinar del Río province of Cuba.
My writing has been published in magazines and journals including Litro, Wasafiri Magazine, Mechanics' Institute Review, The Lonely Crowd, Generations Literary Journal, Under the Radar, Papeles de la Mancuspia, Loose Muse Anthology, Square Peg, and Ink, Sweat & Tears. You can hear me talking about my work on Literary South here and read an interview with me here.
In 2008, I led the Jaffa Photography Project, with Arab-Jewish collective Sdaka Reut: we used word and image to bring together Arab and Jewish teenagers in workshops exploring their relationship to each other and to the land they both call home.
I am director of Voice of Freedom, a project with formerly trafficked women. Voice of Freedom enables women who have escaped their captors, and sometimes given evidence against them, to use text and photography to talk about their lives. There's an interview with me about the project at Huck Magazine, and I talk about it on Resonance FM here.