I’m a French-born, Glasgow-based writer, co-host of the SPK Book Club and home cook.
Most of my work focuses on memory and archives, food and seasonality, and how these interlink with language, bodies and culture. I’m passionate about storytelling and my practice threads between fiction and non-fiction writings. My debut novel, The Yellow Kitchen, was published by Simon & Schuster in July 2022 and has been selected as Indie Book of the Month. My short story, Fernanda’s Fish Soup, was runner-up in the 2022 Harper’s Bazaar short story competition. I also write essays, recipes and reviews for publications like Potluck and Compound Butter, or via my newsletter The Onion Papers. I’ve given lectures and joined panels on the subjects of literature, translation and food, and I co-host the SPK podcast and book club.
I’m open to speaking and writing commissions in both English and French. For queries or to discuss a project, please get in touch with my agent Kirsty McLachlan. For translation requests, you can write to me via the contact form below. Alternatively, you can find me on Twitter and Instagram.