empowering people to share their art, their opinion and their stories.
Founder, Editor and Contributor
Intersectional Feminist who worships at the feet of Beyoncé. Can usually be found stuck into a good book or podcast, working hard, or enjoying a juicy Netflix show.
22 year old final year media studies and politics student who loves a bit of discourse. Intersectional feminist and typical Leo. Campus Correspondent at Her Campus DCU. Can be found crying over coursework or at a drag show.
Vanshika describes herself as belonging to the mountains.
She often looks at the pink hues that split the sky into a fountainhead, and wonders about honey coloured, viscous dreams that grow out of a jingle-bell radio signal. These often craft themselves into abstract poetry, that she posts on her Instagram: @vanshikalikestowrite
Annie's artistic practice mainly consists of large-scale watercolour pieces, photography, and performance. In her practice, she examines the intimate relationships we form throughout our lives, with a particular emphasis on the discovery of the self through the examination of repressed memories.
Allie Costa is an actor, writer, singer, and director with a deep passion for character-driven stories. She is motivated by curiosity, honesty, and joy. She is both solar and lunar powered. You can visit her website here:
Anne Casey is an award-winning Irish-Australian writer/literary editor with poems published internationally in newspapers, magazines, journals and books, including The Irish Times, Autonomy anthology, Cordite, Entropy, apt, The Murmur Journal and her poetry collection where the lost things go (Salmon Poetry 2018), among others.
Describing herself as 'a golden years person, 62 years old' Maureen from Co. Laois is a mother, grandmother and widow. She had no opportunities for an education when she was young. In 2002 at the age of 46, she was accepted for the Trinity Access Programme. Also that year, she won the Annaghmakerrig bursary award from Laois County Council for her writing. After she graduated from Trinity with a degree in Sociology and Social Policy, she went onto DIT where she achieved a masters degree in Journalism. She had a very hard childhood and writes mostly about social problems.
Maureen's work has been published in many publications including Woman's Way, Ireland's Own and The Irish Examiner.
Amy is a women’s health advocate in particular helping to raise awareness about endometriosis and its impact it can have on a person’s quality of life.
Passionate about promoting wellbeing on both a physical and emotional level as a trained Reflexologist, Amy is about to embark on yoga teacher training in 2019. She loves traveling, exploring and visiting new countries and cities. Adore spending time outdoors weather that’s walking, trekking or cycling. She loves nothing more than a good book to get lost in reading or a podcast to want to listen to endlessly which will challenge her and get her thinking.
Columnist and Contributor
Mic is a recent Journalism & New Media graduate who writes primarily about mental health, feminism & LGBT issues. Her other interests include astrology and fashion, and like a true Virgo, she's great at problem solving, making her the friend that people go to for dating and relationship advice.
A postgrad student researching online sex work. Eva likes to spend as much free time as possible going for walks with the dogs and playing piano.
Newly graduated and an aspiring poet. With the busiest points in their life being the fashion seasons and the first Monday in May, they hope to transition into fashion journalism sometime in the future. Alannah writes about social issues important to them as well as poetry.
Molly, cancer (star sign), Meath & aspiring actress. Her biggest acting inspirations are Irish actors. Non acting inspirations would be Blindboy Boatclub, Louise O'Neill, Eimear McBride. and Graham Norton. She's starting a course in broadcasting and presentation in September and hopes to be the first female host of The Late Late show (watch out Tubs) She also enjoys writing from time to time when inspiration strikes. She thinks Ireland is the best place with the best people and culture. The gag is, is she is also very ginger and enjoys wearing a lot of green. Pretty much a leprechaun. Twitter : @whineysinbag (terrible tweets) Instagram : @molly1701 (many selfies)
Katja Montesque is a 24 year old, Belfast based, International Politics Graduate. She was born in
Argentina, grew up on the Mediterranean coast, but eventually fell in love with the Irish landscapes.
She is an aspiring wedding photographer, a feminist, and an avid coffee drinker. Her greatest passions are: writing, arguing, photography and puppies of all ages. She is also a sufferer of permanent Wanderlust, and is desperately itching to scratch off new countries in her scratch-off world map.
Laura Holmes is a 22 year old Dublin based photographer going into her 4th year of college. Her love for photography comes from the ability to share her experiences as a young woman in Ireland through visual media. She enjoys working with people and photographing political movements such as Repeal. The aim of her work is to highlight important issues in Ireland today. In her spare time, Laura enjoys listening to podcasts, being surrounded by nature and having her dog by her side. You can find her Instagram here: lauraholmesphotography Twitter: LauraHolmes113
Journalism student in Dublin City University who enjoys to write news, opinions and lifestyle. Interested in feminism, travel, animal rights, equality and sustainable living.
Laylah Beattie is a Dublin-based transgender model and activist. She hopes that through sharing her experiences, she can help others. Her website is LaylahTalks.com.
International Business Law postgrad at Maynooth University. Intersectional Feminist, Vegetarian, Tá Gaeilge Agam. Endometriosis sufferer and advocate for better care, research and awareness in the area of women’s menstrual and reproductive health. Other interests include climate action and sustainable living, self care, wine and doggos