Curated by Lee Cavaliere former curator at Tate Modern .
My full work Women Artists Under the Nazi Regime, was included in the special edition of the journal Literature and Belief, edited by professor Victoria Aarons from Trinity University (2021).


My experimental graphic novel was published in French by Presque Lune Éditions.  

Lulu la Sensationnelle Best Graphic Novels of 2019

COMFOR network – academic Dr. Veronique Sina, University of Cologne, Germany.

“A story told with great economy and poetry… a faceless silent movie of a graphic novel.”

Broken Frontier, May 2019. Full review by Jenny Robins, here.

“A book of remarkable sensitivity.”  25 Feb 2015. Full review by Sarah Dehove, here.

“Lulu la sensationnelle is a gem. Intelligent, psychological, suffused with poetry.”

First page of BODOI. 25 Feb 2015. Full review by Laurence Le Saux, here.

“Poetic writing.”

Médiathèque de Deux-Sèvres. Full review by Mireille, MDDS here

“Un livre très surprenant.”

A radio review that starts at 1.24.00 min- La Radio JET FM de Nantes, Nov 2014. Listen here.

“A graphic elixir where time stops.”

Mes Premières Lectures. Full review by Nelly Olson, here.

“A particularly moving book!”

Canal BD, Oct/Nov 2014. Full text here.

“Une histoire émouvante et poétique qui aborde avec délicatesse la maladie mentale et ses conséquences sur la vie familiale.”

Dbd Magazine, Dec 2014/Jan 2015. Full text here.

The Soil Where Women (Dis) Appear is in exhibition at the Old Gallery, Newcastle University, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, funded by the Institute for Creative Arts Practice, after the presentation for the Beastly Landscapes symposium (2021).
My full work The Island was included in the Journal Route 57 issue 16, published by the Centre for Poetry and Poetics and the Creative Writing at Sheffield University (2020).
Who Lies Beneath – a production by Helen Blejerman and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Sheffield University, was broadcast by the Being Human, the Festival of the Humanities. Part of the collaborative project Soil and Soul, by the Arts and Humanities Knowledge Exchange, Sheffield University.
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“Does a Dog know Art can Disappear?” was a commission for The Guardian. A graphic narrative where I tell the story of the group of young European surrealists such as Buñuel, Breton, Varo, and Carrington, who came to Mexico City in the middle of the 20th century. And how around politics, poverty and the discovery of the unconscious mind “they planted their artworks in the land, and left them as they left their ghosts, spells that lasted forever.” The full work can be seen here.


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I read an extract of my piece ‘Synesthesia’ from the anthology edited by Emma Bolland and published by Dostoyevsky Wannabe. The launch of the book was part of Off the Shelf Festival.

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The Beautiful Bug in my Head is the review I wrote for Berfrois, of the award-winning book Graphic Details: Jewish Women’s Confessional Comics in Essays and Interviews. Edited by Sarah Lightman, McFarland, 316 pp. Read here..o



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Interview by Carmen Sanjulián, at Instituto Cervantes Dublin (11 min. In Spanish)


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My work was featured in Art Monthly in Michael Corris article The Economy of Art. You can see it here:


Talk Sweden


I was in Bastad, Sweden, talking for Tynet 50+, about Creativity, for a project by the European Commission.