Rebecca Morofsky is the creator and co-host of the Bloomsbury Academic Podcast, as well as a marketing manager for a bunch of fun politics, gender studies, and music books (she particularly enjoys using the 33 1/3 platform to discover new artists from the series’ fan base.) She is a Brooklyn-bred cat mom who holds loud opinions that you never asked for.
Wei Ming Kam
Wei Ming Kam is a co-host and works on internal comms for the Bloomsbury Academic Podcast. She is the marketer for history (favourite book so far: Postwar Europe and the Eurovision Song Contest). When she’s not discussing which books to feature on the podcast, she’s chilling with her cats and watching DnD shows. If you see a private quote tweet on KPop Twitter, it might be her. An irregular writer, you can find her work in the anthologies The Good Immigrant, Can We All Be Feminists?, We Shall Fight Until We Win, and on gal-dem.com
Christina Kowalski is the marketer for literary studies, classics, and education as well as the creative nonfiction series Object Lessons. She’s also head of the Mental Health Employee Resource Group at Bloomsbury and her essential work for the podcast includes finding the perfect font for the logo. When they’re not surrounded by a wall of galleys at work, you can likely find them playing video games, embroidering, and generally avoiding the outside.
Celia Monroe is a marketing associate who loves lurking behind the scenes of the Bloomsbury Academic Podcast. You’ll often see her work manifest in the form of interview questions, website content, podcast descriptions, and social media posts. When she’s not promoting her favorite episodes, you can usually find her having intense debates about absolutely nothing, getting couch snuggles from her dog, or fighting to make published content more accessible.