Georgina Quach is a British-Vietnamese content writer and journalist.
She graduated from Oxford University in 2019 with a first-class degree in English Literature, where she loved writing about Renaissance rhetoric and poetry, and West Indian witchcraft during the early-nineteenth century.
She has written stories for The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement and The Line of Best Fit.
Georgina’s work explores journeys of all kinds; whether that be the treacherous cross-continent journey her family made from Vietnam to England, or the rapturous journeys we take when we listen to our favourite album, or read a thought-provoking book.
She will often be found walking in the wood, making dumplings and scrapbooking.