A queer intersectional feminist, Ekata studied social sciences before they started working full-time as a writer and editor. A lot of Ekata’s work is motivated by trying to make sense of their own queer and neurodivergent identities.

They are especially interested in working on gender, sexualities, mental health, and popular culture. 

When Ekata takes a break from aggressively refreshing Grammarly or juggling between multiple ongoing to-do lists, you can find them reading murder mysteries, binge-watching horror films, or listening to the Office Ladies podcast on loop.