Emma Gannon Books & Biography
Emma Gannon is an award-winning writer, speaker, <i>Sunday Times</i> columnist and podcaster. Her writing has been published everywhere from the <i>Guardian</i> to <i>Glamour</i>. She is the bestselling author of memoir <i>Ctrl Alt Delete</i> and <i>The Multi-Hyphen Method</i>, which became a <i>Sunday Times</i> bestseller.
She is also the host of hit podcast series ‘Ctrl Alt Delete’, the No.1 careers podcast in the UK, which has reached over 5 million downloads, featuring guests such as Ellen Page, Lena Dunham and Elizabeth Gilbert, plus it was the first podcast episode to be recorded inside Buckingham Palace.
Emma is currently working with the Princes Trust and Media Trust charities which helps young people develop their voices in the media. She’s recently been involved with other charities including Women For Women International and Plan International’s ‘Girls Get Equal’.
Emma lives in East London with her fiancé. <i>Olive</i> is her debut novel.