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Emma Brockes

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Emma Brockes is 29 years old and a feature writer at the Guardian. She studied English at Oxford University, where she edited Cherwell, the student newspaper, won the Philip Geddes prize for journalism, and graduated with a first. In 2001 she won Young Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards, and in 2002 she was voted Feature Writer of the Year, the youngest ever recipient of the award.

Emma lives in London, where she indulges her passion for musicals at every opportunity.

Books by Emma Brockes

Rebel Chef

The inspiring and deeply personal memoir from highly acclaimed chef Dominique Crenn

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What Would Barbra Do?

How musicals can change your life...A witty, highly personal look at the wonderful world of the Hollywood shows

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