Emily Grosvenor is a journalist and essayist based in Oregon who writes about places and spaces. In her role as Editor of the Pacific Northwest shelter magazine Oregon Home, she brings her sharp wit and fresh eyes to household obsessions. Her essays, features and commentary have found audiences in Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, The Atlantic, Design*Sponge, Salon.com, Publishers Weekly, and other communities where smart homebodies hang out. A self-diagnosed super sniffer, Emily is an expert in writing about scent, and has been honored by the Perfumed Plume Awards for Fragrance Journalism. She teaches journalism at Linfield College and at her own workshop series, WordStudio.
Email: emilygrosvenor (at) gmail.com
"Emily Grosvenor’s talent is to illuminate everyday doings in fresh, sweet ways that make readers look at their world just a little differently." —Carla Rohlfing Levy, Editor-at-Large, features and books, Good Housekeeping
"Emily Grosvenor's humor is so wonderfully subtle, it almost sneaks up on you." Krista Stevens, Wordpress Freshly Pressed