Eugenia Lapteva is a London based writer and editor. Born and raised in Stockholm she completed her BA in English and European Literature at University of Sussex and MA in Comparative Literature and Modern Literary Theory at Goldsmiths, University of London. She is the editor of Odiseo journal and has written for notable publications such as Tank, The White Review, ELLE, Odiseo, Husk and Under the Influence, writing particularly on modern culture, psychoanalysis and the ethical relationship. Her main research interests revolve around the nature of human subjectivity, language and love, and the impact of new technology on human relations today. She is currently training to be a psychoanalyst in London.