|Full name||Emily Dubberley|
Sex, love, relationships, science, psychology, live features, erotica, books, food, women's interest, general marketing, copywriting
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Radio, Video|
|Last updated||28-04-2015 18:02|
With 25 internationally published books, five internationally published DVDs and three successful magazine launches under her belt to date, Emily has no shortage of insight into the publishing world.
She spent seven years in the marketing industry, helping found the Student Broadcast Network, becoming national marketing manager for the Barfly group, and working with brands including Mars and NatWest.
After being short-listed for the Cosmopolitan Journalism Scholarship, and Company Fiction Writer Award, Emily founded www.cliterati.co.uk: the UK's original erotica site for women. Before long, it was attracting over half a million page impressions per month and international press coverage. It is currently nominated for Best Sex and Relationship Blog in the Cosmopolitan Blog Awards 2012.
Emily moved into publishing to become a full time writer and editor and has subsequently worked for titles ranging from The Guardian to The Daily Star, Men's Health to Cosmopolitan. She has been a copy-writer for brands including Philips, Schloer and Trojan; written SMS tips for Channel 4; consulted on TV shows including The Joan Rivers Position and Sex: How to Do Everything; and written for websites including MSN Travel and iVillage.co.uk.
Emily has regularly featured on radio stations including LBC, London Live and Kerrang! Throughout 2006 she wrote and presented a monthly podcast show Sex Talk With Emily Dubberley for Audible.co.uk. She followed this with a series of anthologies for audible.co.uk released in 2008.
Emily created Burlesque Against Breast Cancer, which has so far raised over £15,000 in donations for Macmillan Cancer Support. She has also worked on fund-raising events for organisations including Women in IT (a government quango created to increase the amount of women working in the technology sector), Sexplained.com (sex education advice) and 350.org (a climate change organisation).
Emily is frequently quoted as an expert in magazines including Cosmopolitan, Elle and Company and has been involved with TV shows for all the terrestrial channels and various satellite channels.
She helps curate Brighton Science Festival, which includes a Science of Sex weekend in 2013.
In her rare spare time, she runs www.groweatgift.com, a guide to gardening, aimed at a sophisticated urban audience; and www.forestofthoughts.co.uk, which promotes the best in art and science events and collaborations.