CONTIBUTORS

CONTRIBUTORS
Alex Howlett: I am co-editor of Plathoes Cave Zine, reading English at university (and French children books drunkenly on the street *see pic), have interned with Feminist Times and Times Literary Supplement. HMU: @alexhowl / alexandrahowlett@yahoo.com


Bella Spencer: I am the co-editor of Plathoes Cave and a self-confessed nerd. I study neuroscience, with a particular interest in mental health and disease, make short films and obsess over Patti Smith.
Jemima Skala: I’m currently studying English and French, and tbh there’s not a lot I don’t like except meninism and boob sweat. In my opinion Young Americans is one of the best Bowie albums. Fight me. @Jemimahope


Julia Oborne (Art Contributor): I have just graduated from the Edinburgh College of Art. I studied Painting. Painting and drawing are both things I love to do and I will keep up this practice no matter what else I decide to do or where I decide to go. All my paintings, in some ways, explore the odd or unconventional – usually this is through colour, subject matter or composition.

Charlie Ponzio: Studying French with English at King’s College. I like the Paris Commune and Angela Carter. Mostly writing about graphic novels with femme themes. @ch4rponz
Reuben Porter: My name is Reuben, known by everyone as Scoob. I’m an officer in the Merchant Navy, have been for the last few years. Enjoy writing about the more obscure things I think others should know about, although that’s mostly been about the sea up until now – trying to branch out.
Shaina Ford: I’m usually found somewhere rolling my eyes in the general direction of men. My 10 year plan consists of mucking around and being average at as many cool things as I can possibly try my hand at. Still brainstorming on the ‘getting paid’ part.
James Shakeshaft: I’m a radio presenter, musician and art technician from Leeds with a particular interest in American and French cultures whether that be music, art or cinema. I enjoy writing about and promoting the records of some great musicians, particularly from the states and exposing them to people that they would’ve otherwise slipped by. When I’m not doing this I’m listening to Scott Walker.
Mark Connor: I’m a recent International Relations graduate, who is studying Korean and is a raging homosexual. Currently having an existential crisis over what I will do with my life. @trendywendymark
Gabbie Lynch: A young sheila from down under who loves a vegemite sandwich. Beyond my favourite snack, I also love travelling (within Australia and beyond), taking photos and hitting the beach. When I “grow up”, I just hope I’m happy… Or Edina Monsoon from Absolutely Fabulous – either suits me.
@falafel_kegab
Giannina Rodriguez Rico: I grew up in a very vibrant, multicultural, and colorful house immersed by eclectic sounds and visuals which has served to influence my interests and creative work in both music and film. I started my own all-female-identifying film production collective SISTERS ON SCREEN because as a young Hispanic woman I am horrified by the chronic underrepresentation/absence of women in the industry. I read International Development at university and am on the cusp of graduating. I’m passionate about human rights, science and tech (AI/VR/MR/AR), and tacos.