Started by a group of graduates in 2016, Porridge is an online magazine working to bring together different disciplines, mediums, and genres.
This is a home for the intellectually curious. Porridge likes academia and popular culture, high and low cultures, and a lovely mish-mash of the two. The creative and the technical are allies here.
We take an interdisciplinary approach because life isn’t exclusively any one thing but a myriad of intersections, we want to reflect that. Find out more about the team below.
Georgia Tindale – Founder & Co-editor
Georgia Tindale is working as an Editorial Assistant in Cambridge with degrees in Medieval and Renaissance Literature and English with Creative Writing from the University of Cambridge and Birmingham. Georgia founded Porridge in her final year at Birmingham. She is interested in a wide range of subjects including poetry, science writing, health and society, history, religion and postcolonial studies. She tweets @tindale_georgia
Nora Selmani – Co-editor
Nora Selmani is a Marketing Executive working in publishing after having graduated with a degree in English with Creative Writing from the University of Birmingham. She edits the arts & humanities submissions alongside Georgia. When she’s not doing that she fiddles with Porridge’s website and social media. She is an avid reader, writer, and feminist; her principal interests are in gendered diasporic experiences in literature, especially in poetry. She tweets @arbnoraselmani.
Kitty Howse – Science Editor
Kitty Howse is the science editor at Porridge. She is a graduate from the University of Birmingham with a masters in Mechanical Engineering. Areas of particular interest in the world of science include biomedical engineering, robotics, and the public understanding of science. Non-scientific areas of interest include feminist theory, motorsports, and politics. She is training to become a clinical engineer with the NHS and working towards a masters in Clinical Science.