Tomoé Hill is a nonfiction writer and editor whose writings on scent, place, and sexual/cultural identity have appeared in The London Magazine, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, 3:AM Magazine, Music & Literature, The Quietus, Numéro Cinq, Minor Literature[s], Lapsus Lima, and The Amorist, among others. Her work also appears in the anthologies We’ll Never Have Paris (Repeater), Love Bites (Dostoyevsky Wannabe), and Trauma (Dodo Ink). She was shortlisted in the 2020 Disquiet ILP Prize nonfiction category for an essay on perfume and desire, and was a finalist in the 2019 Porter House Review Editor’s Prize in nonfiction.
Content by Tomoé Hill