Posted on 01/19/2019 at 04:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Earlier this week, the Guardian was delighted to break the news that the hottest literary parody Twitter account is not one but two anonymous and clever women.
The newspaper reports that while some have correctly guessed the identity of at least one of the women, they are sworn to secrecy.
Over 14,000 people follow the Bougie London Literary Woman account (@BougieLitWoman), which gently mocks a certain brand of bookworm.
Her Twitter bio describes her as “a 20-something seabird adrift on the tides of London. Can be found devouring literature, swimming wild and scribbling.”
Become further acquainted with her through her brief Q&A with the Guardian (which also shares some quintessentially Bougie tweets, for those uninitiated).
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