​  Xiomara Meyer was born in 1994 in Chetumal, Mexico to a Paraguayan mother and German father. She spent her childhood travelling and living in various countries due to her father's job as a forester, and in 2007 moved from Honduras to Vienna, Austria. The positive cultural shock of settling in a first world country was enhanced by the introduction of drama as a school subject (one which is not often taught in Latin America).
 
There she took part in various high school musicals and plays, and also joined an amateur band where she played lead guitar.

 While her interest in theatre grew, so did that of literature. She wrote her first novel at age 16 as part of a 10th grade fail-or-pass project. Following her supervisor's encouragement, she continued to write in her free time, leaning more and more towards the horror and gothic genre. 


Wanting to pursue the creative industry professionally, she moved to London in 2013 to study at Kingston University, and in 2016 graduated with a BA (Hons) in Drama with Creative Writing. 
 
She has worked as a background artist for feature films including "Kill Your Friends" (2004) and "A Hundred Streets"(2014), took part in Opera de Bauge production “Aida at the Rose”, and collaborated in various theatre and short-film productions, most recently in the physical theatre production titled “T.E.A.R.’s”, directed by Oliver Horsfall and Rory Campbell, performed at the 2016 IYAF in Kingston.
 
Her written work is based on a psycho-evolutionary approach to horror, often combining archaic eras and motifs of morality and the supernatural. Aside from full length novels, Xiomara has also written short stories and poetry collections. 

​Currently she resides in London, and is part of the Impi Theatre Company, working as producer for “
The South Afreakins ”.