Walled Women ISSUE I Masthead
Zarnab Tufail is an incoming college freshman. She edits The Lumiere Review and reads for Tiny Molecules. Her work is published or forthcoming in Vagabond City Lit, Capulet Mag, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, Stone of Madness Press, Minim Magazine, Rasa Literary Review, and elsewhere.
She is passionate about feminism, gender equality, and aims to reduce the gender gap in the healthcare. While she lives in the fortified city of Lahore, her heart belongs to Yanbu’s beaches.
Kadence Wong is a Year 11 and aspiring STEM major from Hong Kong, China. She is a writer for Lives Without Knives and Edify Talks, and currently manages social media marketing and content creation for Green Impact Hub HK, YouthInDentistry, among others.
She is passionate about a range of global issues and enjoys discussing them. She also believes in the value of life-long learning and is a self-proclaimed productivity geek. When she’s not working or studying, you can find her reading books, playing the piano, exercising or watching Netflix.
Director of Editing
Vaishnavi is a 19-year-old student and poet. Can always be found with her nose in between the pages of a book, uninterested in the torments of this world. She is the founder of Ayaskala – a magazine focused around mental health awareness and its intersection with art. She is also the lead reader at Perhappened Magazine. Her work has appeared in Marias at Sampaguitas, Angst Zine, Esthesia Mag, TeenBelle Mag, among others.
Director of Art & Design
Director of Magazine Layout
Nirujaa Vasantharajah is a graphic designer, storyteller and film lover with a dedicated passion for the arts & culture scene in Toronto, Canada. She has been using her creative skills to help local non-profit organizations develop engaging print and digital content for campaigns, events and social media. With her background in customer service, Nirujaa uses her emotional intelligence to create designs that resonate with users, viewers and designers alike.
Halin is a bibliophile who is lost in the fantasy land most of the time, and she doesn’t regret it! She is a budding poet, avid reader, and a freelance content writer from Mumbai, India. Anything and everything related to arts, literature, and music is her passion, and so is poetry. She is the editor of her college newsletter and a Spell-Bee champ!
She has got the unique privilege to hoard cute stationery, diaries, and notebooks since childhood.
Aastha Dixit is a literature student at Delhi University. An aspiring writer, she hopes to create wonder out of voids. She is a writer at Weracity media, an editor at college’s creative writing society and a social media coordinator at both. When she is not writing, she is probably reading a Murakami novel or dramatically reciting poems and Urdu ghazals out loud to her plants. Indie music and good movies keep her going.
Pascale is a Canadian writer, editor, and filmmaker. She’s placed work in Eclectica Magazine, Maudlin House, BlazeVOX, Quail Bell Magazine, and many others. She has a BAH from Queen’s University, where she earned distinction and Academic Honours for every year. She’s also written award-winning films, and she occasionally writes about writing and literature for One Lit Place. She is slated to be a featured writer in Madwomen in the Attic.
Natalie Borenstein is a sixth form student in the U.K with a keen interest in the humanities and a desire to pursue specialist journalism. Her work has been featured in publications such as Philosophy Now, The Dark Poets Club and The Lichfield Mercury, amongst others. In 2019, she reviewed a series of cultural events such as the Mansfield Park Opera by Jonathan Dove, an exhibition at a local art gallery and a performance of Handel’s Messiah.
Ramza Rafi is an aspiring Psychologist by profession but has been into Photography for the better half of her life. She is currently working as a digital media marketer and content creator for a mental health space. She has previously photographed for events, won photography contests, and filmed videos. She enjoys taking photographs, reading articles, listening to indie music, and binge-watching Netflix.
Artist & Layout Designer
Hannah Denney is an aspiring Illustrator, Writer, and Graphic Designer from Sacramento, CA who recently graduated from California State University, Chico with a B.A. in Journalism with a focus on news and Creative Writing. She has worked as a non-fiction editor for the Watershed Review, and as a Content Manager/ Web Designer for the North Valley Community Foundation in Chico, CA. Denney has had the honor of being published in a few different publications such as The Orion, and Campus Ministry Today.
Artist & Layout Design
Kerry-Ann Kerr loves to read, write, and draw; lives in Scotland, and likes to think she is pretty funny, although many real people in her life would disagree. She started studying Art at college, but left because they kept asking her to draw boring things like cardboard boxes and wire while all she wanted to draw was Disney and vampires. So, she taught herself to draw and went to study English, Journalism and Creative Writing at Undergrad level, and then got a Masters with Merit in Creative Writing from the University of Glasgow.