Yes – I learned the hard way
One of the UK's most successful and longest-serving journalists shares some of her formative experiences as a young writer
In this new series for Pass The Aux, I chat to successful journalists about their highs and lows – from the piece that got them a pay rise to the one t…
I round up a few stand-out pitches I recently commissioned at the Telegraph across music, film, books, TV and popular culture, as well as my top pitchi…
First-person writing is too often dismissed as a female genre based on overshare. It's time it got more credit
I chat to Emma about why St. Vincent tried to kill their (now viral) interview, why they deleted their blog post, and what this all means for celebrity…
It's funny how much more successful you become once you stop feeling bitter
This week I pass the aux to Meehika Barua, who only began her freelance career last year and is already writing for Vogue, Elle and The Guardian. She s…
Leda Reynolds reveals some of the terrifying abuse she's experienced on the job, and raises crucial questions around safeguarding women
There's something surreal and wonderful about opening up to somebody you've never met
This week I #PassTheAux to Imogen Gordon Clark, an Editor at music-specialist publisher Omnibus Press, who shares all her tips for a successful book pr…
The changing face of celebrity and the rise of cancel culture is intimidating journalists into uniformity