Travel writer Emily Grosvenor is a woman with many subtitles: journalist, essayist, perfumer, translator, profiler, mom. A skilled writer with traditional reporting chops and a recognized social media maven in Oregon, she serves media editors and their readers with tight, engaging lifestyle pieces and profiles. Always ready to use herself for LOLZ, Emily writes essays and columns that grace back pages across the nation. Emily lives in McMinnville, OR, with her husband and two sons, where she is writing Pioneer Perfume, a funny memoir about connecting to place through scent.
Clients: Sunset, Publishers Weekly, Salon.com, Portland Monthly, Edible Portland, AAA's Via, The Statesman-Journal, Salem Weekly, Oregon Quarterly, Oregon Humanities Magazine, and Northwest Palate. Emily is the books editor for Eugene Magazine.
Teaching: Emily teaches introduction to magazine journalism, most recently at the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon and at the University of Iowa, where she received an M.A. in Journalism. She is the former president of the Oregon Chapter of the Fulbright Association and a is a member of the board for the Terroir Creative Writing Festival.
Email: emilygrosvenor (at) gmail.com