Emily Dubberley studied Social Psychology and English at Loughborough University. After being shortlisted for the Cosmopolitan Journalism Scholarship, and Company Fiction Writer Award, she founded Cliterati.co.uk in 2001: the UK’s first text-based sex website for women, subsequently shortlisted for the Cosmopolitan Blog Awards and Xcite Book Awards.
After a decade in marketing, helping found the Student Broadcast Network, becoming marketing manager for the Barfly Group, and working with brands including Mars and NatWest, Emily moved into publishing and became a writer and editor, while continuing to provide marketing consultancy to numerous brands.
She founded the Lovers’ Guide magazine, Scarlet magazine and EK magazine as well as being production editor on The Fly.
Emily has been published in Elle, Men’s Health, The Guardian, Cosmopolitan, FHM, Glamour and The Lancet, and had articles syndicated worldwide. She co-wrote the 5 most recent Lovers’ Guide videos, and helped create Loversguide.com. She also wrote for the Joan Rivers Position TV show.
Emily has written 30 books, and been translated into 9 different languages to date. Her most recent non-fiction title, Garden of Desires: The Evolution of Female Sexual Fantasy, reached #1 in the Amazon sexuality chart within a week of release. Her other books are listed in the sidebar. She has also had short stories featured in several anthologies. In 2015, she created Erotic World Book Day – a collaborative effort helping authors promote diverse erotica and raise money for sex education charity, Brook, on World Book Day (March 5). The fundraising anthology, An Intimate Education, reached #16 in the Amazon erotica charts within 14 hours of release.
Emily has extensive radio experience, presented a monthly podcast show for Audible.co.uk, has been involved with TV shows across satellite & terrestrial TV and written for numerous websites including iVillage.co.uk, TheSite.org and MSN.
She created Burlesque Against Breast Cancer (www.burlesqueabc.com) to raise money for Macmillan.and helped curate Brighton Science Festival (brightonscience.com) for several years. In her spare time, she blogs at gardening/crafting site Groweatgift.com and creates science/arts events for events including Latitude Festival and White Night. She is also an occasional lecturer on topics including networking, media and sexuality.
For more information, seee her LinkedIn Profile.