Aishwarya Javalgekar (she/her) is a creator, editor, and researcher.


Aishwarya dabbles in fiction, non-fiction, and poetry and experiments with hybrid forms. Over the years, her pieces have been published in various journals and anthologies and explore the nuances of relationships, body, and mental health. Her articles and opinion pieces are published on Feminism in India.


Aishwarya has a Masters in English (Public Texts) from Trent University, Canada. She has presented her undergraduate and graduate research in gender, popular culture, texts, and mythology in conferences and across platforms. But her research extends beyond the university setting. Her research on feminist zines has led to the creation of her own zine named ang(st).


In addition to creative and academic writing, Aishwarya has experience with editorial roles in publishing houses in India and Canada. She has a Certificate in Creative Book Publishing from Humber College in Canada. She is also the founder and Editor-in-chief of ang(st) zine.