Emma C Williams is a teacher and freelance writer. She is also an author of Young Adult fiction, for which see the “Anna Jones” tab above.

Originally from Berkshire, she read Classics at Royal Holloway, University of London and had a brief spell publishing academic work in the field of Neoplatonism under her maiden name of Emma C Clarke. She then realised that it was making her bloody miserable and got the hell out.

These days she works full time as a teacher and spends her spare time writing opinion pieces on various themes from a Humanist and free-thinking perspective. She currently writes for Quillette Magazine, a platform for free thought and contributes regularly to the BHA magazine Humanist Life. You can follow her on Twitter: @emma_c_williams

Recently Published Articles:
On Privilege and Being Human
On “safe spaces” and Germaine Greer
The case against Operation Christmas Child
Love Wins: deconstructing the Biblical arguments “against” homosexuality
Righteous anger and the death of Leelah Alcorn
In the Customs of our Ancestors
Ask me no Questions

Those who can’t Preach

Losing my Religion
Good without God
The Sanctity of Life
The W Word

Cameron’s “Christian country”
On Being Impractical

Tours with Claws

For the love of Kindle
How I became an Atheist
On my first novel

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