In 2017, Sheree’s experimental short story Clickbait was published in Going Down Swinging (edition 38). She also had opinion pieces and poetry published on the start-up literary website Apocalips.

In 2018, Sheree’s short story A Mild Winter in Sydney was shortlisted for the Better Read Than Dead winter writing competition, and published in their anthology In The Depths Of Winter.

In 2019, Sheree’s short story Bingo was shortlisted in the USU Creative Awards Word category. The piece was published in the Hermes Creative Catalogue, which is now available on campus.

Sheree’s piece, Adriana, was published in the Better Read Than Dead anthology The Road Less Travelled. The piece was shortlisted from a field of over 250 entrants in their 2019 writing competition. The anthology launched on 25 August, and is now available to purchase in-store at Better Read Than Dead.

Sheree’s short story, Chopped, was published in ARNA. ARNA was founded in 1918, making it one of Australia’s oldest literary journals. It features work of an exceptional standard produced by Arts students at University of Sydney. The edition launched on 26 September, and is now available for purchase.

Sheree’s essay, Intolerant, was published in the 2019 University of Sydney Student Anthology. The anthology’s theme was ‘Diversity’, and Sheree’s piece explores the experiences of people who live and eat with food intolerances and dietary requirements. The anthology is now available for purchase on campus.

Since 2021, Sheree has been a regular contributor to Travel Without Limits, Australia’s first (and only!) disability-specific travel magazine. She writes about accessible travel, accommodation, activities and more, with the goal of making travel opportunities more inclusive for all.

Sheree publishes a selection of her creative work on Medium. Past pieces include a response essay on the meaning and value of accessible literature, an open (fan) letter to Julia Zemiro, and a constructed found poem in the wake of the 2019 Australian federal election. An essay regarding gender differentials in retirement incomes was re-published through the Medium outlet Athena Talks.