Her known writings comprise two poems, allegorical and devotional (the earlier one being her intervention in polemical debate), and two petitions of much later date.
stands out among authors of polemic answers to Joseph Swetnam's offensive misogynist pamphlet of 1615. Her editor
observes that she is the first Englishwoman to identify herself solidly by name (granted that there must be some doubt about the genuine identity of
) in contributing to the gender controversy known as the querelle des femmes.