About Me

I’m a journalist specialising in urban and rural economies, development and culture. I also write articles and copy on business, finance and work (check out my CV, publications list and clippings).

I’ve published articles on transport, housing, urban economies, the rural creative and artisanal economy, sustainability and urban diversity in Forbes, CityMetric, InMotion Magazine, Reclaim Magazine, Dilettante Army and Inside Housing to name a few.

For half the week I work as a Comms Officer for MWS Technology limited, writing articles, newsletters, white papers and eBooks on apprenticeships and apprenticeship policy.

I’m the author of the book Regulating the Night: Race, Culture and Exclusion in the Making of the Night-time Economy (2007) and I have co-authored/co-edited two other books. I have another book – Who the Hell is Jane Jacobs – coming out early 2019.

In my spare time, I do urban and rural psychogeography, posting on Instagram @creativejournal_ne and Twitter @DeborahHTalbot.

If you want to find out more about my work, take a look at my CV and portfolio pages, or get in touch to discuss what you need.

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