Miriam has been working as a writer and editor for a decade.
Whether writing about Nigerian women’s access to healthcare, interviewing a Czech artist about life under Communism, or editing a guide to Myanmar’s burgeoning gourmet scene, her commissions always have one thing in common: they fire her passion to write with verve and edit with precision.
An inventive writer and skilful editor, she has a gift for turning even the messiest copy into engaging stories.
Miriam has worked as an editor for the WHO; as a copywriter on campaigns for BUPA, Orange and the NSPC; as Deputy Editor of design magazine F&C; as an editor and Op-Ed writer for the Bangkok Post; as the editor of ten published books and countless other publications.
Her fiction was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize in 2014 and the Bath Flash Fiction Prize in 2016.
Currently based in Zurich, Miriam is accepting freelance commissions. Send your enquiries here