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Isabella Greenwood is a London-based writer and journalist with a focus on internet culture, gender, paganism, mythology, folkloric epistemologies, contemporary art and film.
Greenwood has written on topics ranging from necromancy, chaos magick, and the intersection between gender identity and the occult, for publications like Dazed and Cosmopolitan. 
She has also written on post-internet ethnology, and contemporary fixations, with articles ranging from the lesbian renaissance for Wonderland, sex and surrealism in Yorgos Lanthimos films for Dazed, as well the dissection of catholic core, aesthetics of embalmment, and diaristic practices, for publications such as Plaster magazine. 
Greenwood has worked as a contributing editor for 9vt\5 publishing house, as well as working as editor-in-chief for political video and photography art marketplace Uncontaminated. Greenwood's work on the phenomenological exclusion of migrants has been published in academic journal: The Contemporary Review of Political Violence & Genocide, entitled: "Inside/Outside: A Critical Phenomenology of Racialised Spaces in Refugee Art" (2020).

Isabella Greenwood holds a degree in History of Art, with a double minor in both Philosophy and Gender/ Feminist/ Social Justice/ Sexaul Studies from McGill University, Canada. In addition to freelance journalism she is also currently training in psychosynthesis psychotherapy and somatic psychology. 

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