E // Founder
Eileen Elizabeth is a writer, actor, and media producer raised in Appalachia and living in Washington, D.C. Her passion for connecting womxn and creating platforms for their work sparked Boshemia. She is driven by the intersection of art and activism. Among other things, she writes about culture, gender, identity, and place.
Q // Founder
Sarah Q is a junior doctor living it up in Yorkshire. Her cynically optimistic writing style and love of all things pop culture lends itself to cultural commentary and satire. Sarah has a strong interest in current events and how society is shaping itself through grassroots movements and freedom of expression. She’s a strong advocate for racial equality within the feminist community, and hopes to inspire marginalised voices to speak out against adversity.
L // Founder
Sarah Lawrence is a writer, an academic, and an all-round creative soul. Within Boshemia her work frequently invokes themes of identity, reflection, historical feminism and romantic musings, whilst her advocacy passion lies with empowering and amplifying voices of resistance and voices of the under-represented. Sarah has recently moved to Bristol.
Eve // Editorial Assistant
Eve is a 19-year-old writer and cinephile living in Plymouth. Lover of climbing, biking and Lorde, she’ll be leaning in until she’s written the script to your next favourite film.
Ropafadzo // Editorial Assistant
Ropa is a third year BA English student at Plymouth University. She is passionate about social justice and believes strongly that writing can be a form of activism. Her past work has included spoken word, performance poetry and theatre work. Ropa is really excited to be part of the team!
Lucy // Marketing Wizard
Lucy is a bisexual cheese-lover (the food and music kind) from Nottingham who currently works as a marketing assistant at an independent school, where she is building her career in digital marketing. In addition to being an ardent supporter of equal rights for all, Lucy is interested in the power of media, in particular how it can be used to reinforce or challenge patriarchal norms and beauty standards.