Emily Dubberley

Emily Dubberley graduated with a 2:1 in psychology and English from Loughborough university. She spent the first decade of her career in the marketing industry, helping found the Student Broadcast Network, becoming marketing manager for the Barfly group, and working with brands including Mars, NatWest and Diageo.After being short-listed for the Cosmopolitan Journalism Scholarship, and the Company Fiction Writer Award, Emily created www.cliterati.co.uk: the UK's original erotica site for women. Cliterati’s success led her to become a writer and editor.Emily founded the Lovers’ Guide magazine, Scarlet magazine and EK magazine as well as being production editor on The Fly magazine. She has written for numerous publications including Grazia, FHM, More, Elle, Men’s Health, The Guardian, The Star and Glamour, and has had articles syndicated worldwide. She wrote the five most recent Lovers’ Guide videos, edited the Lovers’ Guide magazine and helped create www.loversguide.com. She also wrote for the Joan Rivers Position on Channel 5.Emily has written numerous books that have been sold in the UK and internationally to countries including France, Germany, Spain, America, Serbia, Australia and Holland. TheLovers’ Guide Lovemaking Deck (Connections) was released in February 2004. Brief Encounters: The Women’s Guide to Casual Sex (Fusion Press – nominated for an Erotic Award), Things a Woman Should Know About Seduction (Carlton), Sex Play (Connections – also available for mobile phones) Sex for Busy People (Fireside) and You Must be My Best Friend Because I Hate You (Fusion) – about friendship conflict and how to deal with it – were released in 2005. Whip Your Life into Shape: The Dominatrix Principle (Andrews McMeel), I’d Rather Be Single Than Settle (Fusion) and More Sex Play (Connections) were released in 2006, The Ex Factor (Fusion), The Good Fantasy Guide and True Passion: A Tale of Desire As Told To Madame B followed in 2007. 2009 saw the release of Women: Intimate Explorations (Hollan), The Good Going Down Guide (Elwin Street) and Friendly Fetish (Piatkus) while 2010 brought The Fantasy Box (Eddison Sadd) and Bound to Please (Eddison Sadd). These were followed by The Arousal Box (Eddison Sadd), The Field Guide to F*cking (Quayside, Acrobatic Sex Positions(Quayside)and Oral Sex Positions (Quayside. Her latest book is Garden of Desires - inspired by Nancy Friday's My Secret Garden and featuring over 400 women's fantasies (released Sept 2013) She has also had short stories featured in several erotica anthologies, including G is for Games and Ultimate Submission, and has a bank of erotic stories that are available for e-book (and indeed, offline) anthologies and magazine syndication.Emily has done copywriting for brands including Philips Satinelle, Schloer and Trojan Condoms, has been consultant on campaigns for brands including Ann Summers, Gumtree, sextoys.co.uk, Haagen Dazs and Durex and has written SMS sex tips for various clients including Channel Four.Emily has extensive radio experience with 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 erotic anthologies for audible.co.uk released in 2008. She is frequently quoted as an expert in magazines including Cosmopolitan, Elle and Company, has been involved with TV shows for all the terrestrial channels and various satellite channels and writes for numerous websites including iVillage.co.uk, TheSite.org and MSN.
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