Emily Midorikawa – Author, Writing Tutor and Co-founder of Something Rhymed

A graduate of UEA’s creative writing MA, Emily now teaches with the Novel Studio at City University, and at New York University’s London campus. With fellow-writer Emma Claire Sweeney, she runs SomethingRhymed.com, a website that profiles the literary friendships of famous female authors.

Emily’s work has been published in, amongst others, the Daily Telegraph, the Independent on Sunday, The Times, Aesthetica and Mslexia. Her memoir ‘The Memory Album’ appears in Tangled Roots, an Arts Council-sponsored collection that celebrates the stories of mixed-race families.

She is the winner of the Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize 2015. She was a runner-up in the SI Leeds Literary Prize 2012, judged by Margaret Busby, and the Yeovil Literary Prize 2013, judged by Tracy Chevalier.

You can contact Emily via her website and Twitter:


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