A selection of published pieces

Published Articles List

a selection...


The Future is Lettuce (SANDWICH MAGAZINE) 

What Gordon Ramsey's New Restaurant Says Cultural Appropriation in 2019 (GAL-DEM)


A Match Made in Hemp (CAFFEINE MAGAZINE) 

Why Prosecco is Rivalling Champagne This Winter (MR PORTER)

The Designer Making High Art Out of Food Waste (MR PORTER)

Food On The Edge: a community (CODE QUARTERLY)

Eating Animals (LONDON COURIER)

Melissa Hana profile (COURIER MAGAZINE)

London Courier, issues Sept - Dec 2019 (tbc)


Cooking Home and Complicating Nostalgia (CRUST MAGAZINE) 

Sarawak Pepper: Coming Home

(YES & NO)

Profile & features for London Resy (RESY)

Britain's First Chef's Table Star: Asma Khan (EATER LONDON)

slowly updating this list... more to come!

Tales of the Small Things

Currently writing a book about the journey of ingredients.

Everyday things have extraordinary lives - a fresh look at cinnamon, nutmeg, pepper, coffee and turmeric cross the world, from plant to plate, and East to West.

How the globe south feeds the global north, questions around sustainability, ethical sourcing and a celebration of all those that have a hand in producing the small things that we sometimes forget, but really should cherish.

CONVERSATION + other poetry

Limited edition collaboration with photographer Katherine Leedale:


Poetry predominantly written for performance.  Anna has performed in London, Berlin and Malaysia. 

Her poetry has been published in various independent publications.

Listen here Anna reading her poem Eyes Closed Against The Night, written for At The Table issue 2, read at Voices At The Table 

Don't sing in the kitchen, you'll marry an old man

A play about a Malaysian woman in London. We're developing it through performance. 

A one woman show that involves cooking and feeding the audience. 

This is the website about the project. 


A dystopian play about two sisters who are climate change asylum migrants, who move to the London / a large city on a prosperous island.

This short play was developed with the Arcola Theatre, where it had a rehearsed play reading.