Hired as the director of marketing for a top literary quarterly right out of college, Sophia Ross is passionate about contemporary literature, clean design, and advocating for young women in the workplace. During her undergraduate years, she worked freelance as a social media coordinator for small businesses and nonprofit organizations, and spent two years editing small print and digital publications. She also served as a resident assistant on a floor of thirty young women.
Sophia’s latest venture is the blog artemis+meadow, which she co-founded with her college friend, Kim Logee. Together, Sophia and Kim explore style, culture, home, and how they can responsibly shape the world around them.
In her spare time, Sophia works on her own fiction writing. Most recently, she was short-listed for Room’s fiction contest, accepted to and attended the Banff Centre of Arts and Creativity’s Emerging Writers Intensive, and long-listed for Ruminate's William Van Dyke Short Story Prize. She is currently working on a novel based on her short story “Sister Water.”
She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband, Thomas Eckert.