Adele Wilde-Blavatsky is a writer, poet and activist who has spent the last few years commuting between London and India to study Buddhist Philosophy and the Tibetan language. Her work and creativity is driven by her background in Western and Eastern philosophy and the search to reveal the nature of reality and discover meaning in life. In 2007, she co-edited a philosophy book ‘Aesthetic Experience’ with Prof. Richard Shusterman. She was briefly a contributor and editorial collective member of The Feminist Wire until she wrote a controversial article on the hijab. She currently combines motherhood, study and working for a Tibetan human rights organisation in Dharamsala, India.