Emily Dubberley writes primarily about sex, love, relationships and popular psychology. She has had 23 books internationally published, written five DVD scripts and created Burlesque Against Breast Cancer which has so far raised over £15,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
After being short-listed for the Cosmopolitan Journalism Scholarship, and the Company Fiction Writer Award, she founded www.cliterati.co.uk in 2001: an online women's magazine featuring erotica, a problem page, news and more. Since then, it's attracted over half a million page impressions per month and international press coverage.
Emily founded the Lovers' Guide, Scarlet and EK magazines. She has written for numerous publications including Cosmopolitan, Grazia, FHM, More, Elle, Men's Health, The Guardian, The Star and Glamour, and has had articles syndicated worldwide. She wrote/co-wrote the five most recent Lovers' Guide videos and helped create www.loversguide.com. She also wrote for the Joan Rivers Position on Channel 5.
In 2011, she created the Forest of Thoughts (http://www.forestofthoughts.co.uk), an art and science collaborative organisation which runs regular events combining magic, cabaret, crafting, experimental food, scientific experiments and creativity of all kinds; and Grow Eat Gift (http://www.groweatgift.com), an urban gardening and crafting website. She is currently working on several books for future publication.