Tomoé Hill's writing has appeared in such publications as Vestoj, MAP Magazine, Exacting Clam, Socrates on the Beach, Lapsus Lima, The London Magazine, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, The Quietus, 3:AM Magazine, Music & Literature, and Numéro Cinq, as well as various anthologies. She co-wrote a monthly feature as part of the duo XX and XY, reviewing erotic classic literature for Rowan Pelling's The Amorist during its time as aprint magazine. She holds a degree in philosophy from King’s College London. Songs for Olympia, a collection of lyric essays in response to The Ribbon at Olympia's Throat by Michel Leiris will be published by Sagging Meniscus Press in 2023.
BOOKS & ANTHOLOGIES
We'll Never Have Paris (Repeater Books, 2019), Editor: Andrew Gallix