* The art of imitation: Searching for my family’s favourite fake painting – Hazlitt
* Meal replacements are booming. But what about the taste? – Outside Magazine
* How Birkenstock convinced us the breaking-in pain is worth it – Racked / Vox
* The covert ways young people stalk their victims online – Broadly / Vice (Part of the award-winning Unfollow Me anti-stalking campaign)
* One man’s quest for the perfect bacon (a cautionary tale) – Extra Crispy
* The heartache of being European in Brexit Britain – New Statesman
* In Norway, the official fourth meal is breakfast at night – Extra Crispy
* When London’s pubs were full at 7am – Atlas Obscura
How do you preserve a language while still letting it grow? – Hazlitt
* How Scandinavian pragmatism created the ultimate cheese tool – Taste
* This old thing: On fashion lost in translation – White Noise
* Meet the people who give themselves DIY tattoos – The Debrief / Grazia
A brief history of hair ties – Medium
* Everything and its opposite: Interview with Kathryn Joseph – Oh Comely
* On scent, memory, and Lush, the smelliest shop in town – Racked / Vox
* Look at this absolute unit: On the English Museum of Rural Life, Brexit, and life on a damp island – The Outline


* Raves and resistance: The hidden history of King’s Cross – Huck Magazine
Pints at dawn: All change for London’s earlyhouse drinking culture – The Guardian
* Who is the city really for? On gentrification, the mis-managed London Olympic legacy, and the last glory days of Hackney Wick – Huck Magazine
The colour of your city – Curbed
A trip down Greek Street, old Soho’s final frontier – Huck Magazine
* The curse of the British pub refurbishment – Huck Magazine
* How terrazzo made its staggering comeback – Curbed
Why London is full of old pubs with secret Thai kitchens – Out of Office / Mic
* Inside London’s secret ‘love hotels’ – Huck Magazine
Sutton and Sons’ vegan fish and chips carries the fusion tradition in East London – Out of Office / Mic
* Why airport food is so terrible (everywhere but London) – CityMetric / New Statesman
Why urban creatives flock to Fjallraven, Adidas Originals, and other heritage brands – Quartz
Chasing ghost signs: The city is full of messages – Hazlitt
* How Crossrail is changing the face of London – OnOffice Magazine
* There’s a reef of wet wipes in the river Thames – Vice
* How an island in the Thames became a hedonistic hideaway – Huck Magazine
* The last graffiti on the Lord Napier in Hackney Wick – Garage / Vice

Technology + Internet culture

Why the sound of silence from noise-cancelling headphones is the ultimate survival tool for modern life – The Guardian (I also talked about this story on BBC Radio 4)  
* Our fridges, ourselves: On home tech, culture shock, and expat life – Curbed
* The Big Picture: What we lost in the wilderness years of photo storage –  “Finding CTRL” (a book by Nesta and the the EU’s Next Generation Internet initiative)
* How I learned to stop worrying and love gaming – The Guardian
* How listmaking apps help share the emotional labour of daily life – The Guardian
* ‘Like’ if you support my divorce: On a modern dilemma – The Outline
* How ‘Africa’ by Toto became the internet’s favourite song, 35 years later – Motherboard / Vice
Brixton Pound: How fintech boosts the local currency agenda – FusionWire
* The hottest little bank in town is an app called Mondo – FusionWire
* Tech City’s bright young things: James Gill, 21, is a CEO – Square Mile Magazine
* The Megabuyte Interviews, 2012 – 2019: Talking shop with the leading lights among UK technology CEOs, Chairmen and investment pros – Megabuyte


* The wild, necessary world of online advice for UTI pain – The Cut / New York Magazine
* When women aren’t given pain relief for invasive gynae procedures – Broadly / Vice (I also talked about this story on the Vice Guide to Right Now podcast)
* On the misplaced shame of “everyday” PTSD– Tonic / Vice
The hidden sexual side effects of pre-cervical cancer treatment – Tonic / Vice
* How preventative botox became part of “self care” – Vice
* Meet the seniors who CrossFit – Elemental by Medium
* The science behind elderberry, Twitter’s favourite cold cure – Outside Magazine
Why Norwegians love their country’s strict alcohol policy – Tonic / Vice

Essay + Opinion

* How two cynical divorcees embraced the relationship contract – The Cut / New York Magazine
Å, Norway: A remarkably unremarkable tourist attraction – Popula
What it means to belong to London in times of Brexit – Catapult
* My house was my marriage – Curbed
What do you do with a 20% chance of cancer? – BuzzFeed Longform
* Why are there two distinct ways of writing Norwegian? – Literary Hub
*Half-lifes: On citizenship – Popula
* How a sun lamp can help keep your head above water in winter – Refinery29
* The one piece of advice from my mother that changed how I date – Stylist
* On accents and belonging – Featured Stories by Medium
* On prepping for a no-deal Brexit – The Goods / Vox
* The Cornish Pasty is always there for you in times of need – Extra Crispy
* On being a couple that looks like each other – Refinery29
* From Franco to Brexit: The surprising politics of time zones – Prospect Magazine
* Olafur Eliasson’s Weather Project at the Tate Modern – Lionheart Magazine
* On Star Trek Voyager, a lost year, and the things that pull you out of the fire – Catapult
* On the real hippie trail in San Francisco – Viator
* Notes on a small election – The London Review of Books
* Why the blowout honeymoon was worth it – Refinery29
On brown cheese, and beautifully boring memories – Roads & Kingdoms
* Why we go back to Groundhog Day again and again – Prospect Magazine
* Lighthunting in Norway during the coldest of winter – This Recording
* On synchronicity – Lionheart Magazine
* What do your tattoos mean? On a private, public statement – Refinery29
* Strange birds: The urban parrots of West London – Lionheart Magazine
* How to fix a leak in your bathroom – The Billfold
* Schrodinger’s Cancer – Catapult