Emily Hourican was born in Belfast where her father, Liam Hourican, was covering The Troubles for RTÉ at the time. His work later saw the family move to Brussels where Emily remained until she began her studies at UCD.
Emily went on to work as a journalist and was editor of The Dubliner magazine for four years. Since having her first baby she has worked as freelance journalist in order to better juggle the demands of career and parenthood. She writes regularly for The Sunday Independent, The Gloss and Image magazine.
Emily now has three children and lives in Dublin. When not working or minding children, she likes to read, run, have the odd rant about sexism and society, drink red wine, swim, and worry that she has missed the boat on social media.
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