About

Author PhotographEmily Hill was born in Norfolk and lives in London. She is the author of the short story collection Bad Romance which was published by Unbound in 2018 to rave reviews in Cosmopolitan, The Spectator and Tatler. A special paperback edition was produced in collaboration with Reading In Heels that summer. She succeeded Dolly Alderton as dating columnist at the Sunday Times and was axed in favour of Toff from I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.  

As a journalist, she has written for the Daily MailES Magazine, Grazia, The Guardian, the i, The Spectator, Tatler and You magazine.

If you would like to get in touch please email: emily@3milyhill.com or via Instagram and Twitter.

In 2016, whilst working as an editor at The Spectator, she was responsible for the first all-female cover in the magazine’s 188 year history.

She has made broadcast appearances on Radio 4, Radio 5 Live, Richard & Judy, and Sky News.

Previously, she was a feature writer for The Mail on Sunday, a diary reporter for Sebastian Shakespeare at the Londoner’s Diary and a comment writer for The Guardian.

She started her career at spiked and loves The Spiked Review of Books.

For a list of her most recent articles please click here.

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  1. Saw your article on Guardian after reading all my other content schedule for the day.

    Perhaps it’s your mileu? Maybe an extreme solution is required. Try NYC instead. Lots of younger American men, boys really, are into the whole cougar thing these days. And they all find a Brit accent sexy.

    Besides, living here you won’t have to be personally embarrassed by Trump, whe in London you have to own Brexit and make excuses for Boris’ tedious haircut.

    You can have the extra room in my place for free in exchange for whitty sarcasm when I’m not working.
    You’ve earned a Singleton Refund! I’m perfectly happy with my lot in life. No problems here.

    And, if anybody complains about the kids thing, I’ll give you access to my Google drive and you can just share photos of my girls. (really Mom, don’t you remember, I had children ten years ago.)

    Problems solved!

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