Emily Zemler is an American freelance writer living in London. She has extensive experience in journalism, primarily covering entertainment, lifestyle, and travel. She has worked and lived in New York, Los Angeles, and London, and enjoys writing travel stories that can help people discover new places around the world. Her favorite places to travel are Japan, New Zealand, and Paris.
Emily's work has appeared in dozens of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Allure, Elle, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Fodors, and Variety. She is the author of two books, including "The Art and Making of Aladdin" for Insight Editions, and is currently working on a third book.
Emily has a Bachelor of Arts in Cinema Studios and Journalism from American University, and an Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College.
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