Writing

I’m a freelance journalist and writer who has written for various publications, including VICE, i-D, AnOther, Dazed, Refinery29, Huck, Suitcase, Stylist, Aesthetica, 91 Magazine, and more.

I write about culture, the arts, and feminism. I’m always looking for commissions so feel free to email me at katieannetobin@gmail.com.

Suitcase

Upcoming

Stylist

Derry Girls: “How the hit sitcom helped me connect to my heritage like never before”

i-D

Why we’re pining for the ‘whimsy-gothic’ aesthetic

‘Night luxe’ is the aesthetic set to define our roaring twenties

AnOther

How Julia Armfield Wrote the Year’s Most Terrifying Love Story

VICE

Antiwork Feminism Asks Women to Imagine a Life Without Work

Clutch Your Pearls, the Indie Twee Aesthetic is Back

Refinery29

Slow Living Is The Antidote To Hustle Culture – If You Can Access It

How Queer Women From The Past Are Inspiring TikTok Fashion Of Today

The Modern-Day Power Of Southern Gothic Fashion

Dazed

Author Grace Lavery: “Being a trans woman is very strange”

Sussex University supports ‘gender critics’ while sexual violence festers

Huck

Is the rise of surrogacy deepening class divides?

Students are resisting the Hostile Environment at uni

How whisper networks are protecting university students

Why more young women are turning to celibacy

Why young people are turning to platonic marriages

Why universities must support student sex workers

The rise of anti-abortion activism in UK universities

Why incel ideology is spreading through UK universities

The old-school anarchists helping students take on landlords

Why left-wing groups aren’t exempt from sexual assault

Aesthetica Magazine

Contacts: Exhibition Review (Issue 104)

Ocean: Exploring the Marine World Review (Issue 109)

Cunning Folk

The Feminine Magic of Mushrooms

Lady Science

Beyond Dystopia to Paratopia for Reproductive Freedom

Restless Magazine

What is ‘Consent Theft’ and Why Aren’t We Talking About It?

91 Magazine

Ways of Living: Nurturing Nature (Volume 11)

WONKHE

How to tackle the grey areas of sexual misconduct in higher education

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