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Olivia Gordon cut her teeth as a features writer on women’s magazine Real.
As a freelance journalist since 2006, she has written for, among others:
Papers: The Guardian (Weekend; G2), The Observer (Observer Woman; Observer Food Monthly; Observer Review; news pages), The Times (Magazine; Weekend; Style; T2), The Telegraph (magazine; Stella; Seven; travel; general features), The Independent, The Evening Standard, The Mail (You; Femail; Good Health; news), The Express (Sunday and Daily), The Jewish Chronicle
Magazines: Red, Marie Claire, Psychologies, Mollie Makes, Mother & Baby, Healthy, Woman& Home, Grazia, Top Santé, Glamour, Prima, Cosmo Bride, Condé Nast Brides, Wired, SHE, NW, First, Shape, Sweet, Essentials, Tatler, The Knitter, The Bookseller, Computer Arts Projects, Design Council Magazine, Oxford Today, CAM (Cambridge Alumni Magazine)
Websites: Parentdish.co.uk (regular features plus two columns, one on classic children’s books; one on special needs – see here for some links), Allaboutyou.com (reviewing cookbooks and craft books as well as writing on crafts and lifestyle), Medtronic Eureka (science writing), Mumfidential, The Pool, VICE’s Broadly, Tabletmag, Prima.co.uk.
Educated at Cambridge University, Olivia does content writing and editing for a wide range of clients, and is also a published author. Olivia is currently writing a popular science book on fetal and neonatal medicine to be published by Pan Macmillan in 2019.
She has been a final year supervisor on the BA in Journalism at London Metropolitan University, and has run acclaimed freelance journalism courses and taught for Journalism.co.uk. She also sometimes does PR consultancy on how to get journalists’ attention.
CONTACT ME: Olivia [at] oliviagordon.com
*Photo by Nina Hollington, A.K.A. the nicest photographer ever