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    Broadsheet writer Stephen Emms founded The Kentishtowner in 2010. He teamed up with former DJ Magazine deputy editor Tom Kihl a year later and the pair launched their boutique publishing house London Belongs To Me shortly after. Kentishtowner is now its flagship title, with 50,000 readers and a 2013 Newspaper Awards commendation for Best Digital UK Site. In March 2012 they launched south London site Below The River.

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    Writers

    Sarah Fox was brought up in Gospel Oak and is a designer, lifeguard and writer. @saidsarah_

    Tim Sowula is a born and bred Kentishtowner. He works in comms around the world, but his perfect day would be spent on the heath, with a night out in the old Kentish Town pool club. @TimSowula

    Gav Duffy is a musician and freelances in Music PR and management. He lived in NW1 for years, and now divides his time between there and Dalston. He has a penchant for all things lupine. @Raisedby_Wolves

    Model and beauty journalist Clare Zerny led the ultimate glamorous lifestyle, but she never escaped the allure of the kitchen. Or Kentish Town for that matter @clzerny

    20 year old Conor Fisk, moved to Kentish Town this year. In his spare time time, ahem, he’s busy studying anthropology at UCL. @conorfisk

    Louise Hogan is an NGO associate coordinator, commuting between Islington and East Africa. makes regular day trips to NW5. @lahogan4

    Georgia Grimond can be found at The Economist or Intelligent Life, the Heath or The Abbey. She blogs at tworemaining.com. @flyingflute

    Nikki Verdon is our very own Camden refugee in N16. Ex fashionista; now mum to 2 boys and wife to Mr V.

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    Contributors

    [box] Michael Hann is associate editor, music, at the Guardian. He has lived in Kentish Town since 1995. He doesn’t mind Pedro’s cafe, not at those prices. @MichaelHann

    Co-Chair of the Guild of Food Writers, Richard Ehrlich has has written for every UK broadsheet newspaper and authored ten cookbooks @richardehrlich

    Siân Pattenden is an author and illustrator who has lived in NW5 for a decade. @sian_superman

    Kat Hopps once believed herself to be a South Londoner until stumbling upon the Kentish Town/Tufnell Park area five years ago. She loves nothing more than sitting on the Heath in the sunshine. @kathopps

    Anna Béar is an English student and Kentish Town local who spends most of her time eating, thinking about food and staring aimlessly into space.

    Fiona Sant is Kentish Town’s Queen of Art. She likes O’Reilly’s and dogs too. @insantity

    Amelia Horgan, history student and Heath lover. Dartmouth/Kentish resident and enthusiast @ameliahorgan

    Alice Lascelles is Bars & Spirits Editor of Imbibe, the drinks trade magazine she co-founded in 2007. She freelances for Financial Times, Sunday Times and more.

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    NW5-based artist Russell Loughlan created the iconic logo and sells his work at Sharon Elphick’s on Columbia Road. Lucky him. [/box]

    To contribute to The Kentishtowner please email us with an idea: info@kentishtowner.co.uk
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    • Show Comments(7)

    • Anna Venturini

      Hi, I’m Anna from Italy.
      I’ve just read on web something about “Bench Marks”.
      I’d like to have a contact with Stephen Emms, ’cause I’m very interesting in that project and really impressed with some coincidence…

      Thanks for your help!
      Anna V.

    • serafina day

      Check this out, funding for what The Kentishtowner does really well

      http://www.nesta.org.uk/areas_of_work/creative_economy/destination_local

    • Stephanie

      I love this site every time I visit it which isn’t as often as it should be. I was just wondering whether you ever organise get-togethers ever…

    • Gillian Maxwell

      Just found your newsletter. Cant believe Kentish Town is so famous.
      I was born in Ashdown Street, Queens Cres.many moons ago. I am reading
      this in my home in North Carolina.
      Seems like most of the contributers are younger than me
      but enjoying the connection anyway.
      Thanks, Gillian

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