Emma Hughes is a London-based freelance writer and editor who has worked for a number of publications including Time Out, Wired, ES, The Telegraph and Eater. She studied English at Cambridge before being awarded a bursary to study for an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Manchester. In 2016 Emma's short story 'The Match Factory' won The London Magazine Short Story Competition. An early excerpt from No Such Thing as Perfect, her debut novel, was shortlisted for the 2019 Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize.
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"Careering will strike such a chord with anyone who has ever walked to a job interview in trainers with a tote bag containing heels over their shoulder, feeling like an imposter."
Tell Me Everything (2022)
"Glorious, hilarious and life affirming . . . I absolutely loved it - reading it felt like sitting on Brighton Beach with my funniest, smartest friends and several dozen tins of alcohol."
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