Domestic Sluttery is a newsletter that makes life more fun, more delicious and more interesting. We’re tongue-in-cheek, funny and informative – we embrace our imperfections and we take our pleasure seriously. Every edition will include a mish-mash of our favourite things: design, food, fashion, travel, history, Jeff Goldblum, Dance Movies, culture and excellent women past and present.
In December 2018 we won a PPA award at the Scottish Magazine Awards for best email communication. Here we are looking absolutely delighted in terrible lighting:
Meet Team DS
Sian Meades-Williams is the editor of Freelance Writing Jobs, and she’s Project Calm’s travel columnist. She’s editing her novel about 1950s London and has just completed her MA in Modern and Contemporary Fiction at Westminster University. She has never turned down a chicken wing and firmly believes the Piña Colada to be the greatest cocktail ever made.
Laura Brown is a freelance writer and editor, noted Jeff Goldblum enthusiast, and scotch egg superfan. She worked in the magazine industry for 11 years, most recently as Editor-in-Chief of the Beano and, before that, Editor of Shout. She wrote Sluttery Sales Spy and masterminded incredible gingerbread creations for the original Domestic Sluttery blog.
Our newsletters look amazing thanks to super design duo Nick Smith and Jess Love of Two Agency (yes, that Nick). Our previous food writers have been Laura Hounsom, Nicola Swift, Olivia Potts and Deepa Mistry. The header image above is by Seth Doyle.
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