Suze Olbrich is a freelance arts and lifestyle journalist, and the editor of literary magazine, Somesuch Stories

Culturally omnivorous – insatiably curious.

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I started out covering music for the likes of Dazed, noisey and The Guardian, before expanding into further arts writing for the likes of AnOther, Riposte, The Independent and The Telegraph, alongside lifestyle features for The Observer, Mr. Porter, British Airways’ High Life and Easyjet Traveller.

As for current specialities, lets say: contemporary art, dance, literature, music and photography; movement practices and behavioural psychology.

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Copy-writing clients include: Airbnb, GROHE, Jack Daniels, Twinings, Weber and Yamaha.

(Samples available on request.)

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For the past six years, I’ve been the editor of annual literary journal Somesuch Stories for which I’ve had the privilege of commissioning and editing fiction, non-fiction and poetry contributions by exceptional writers, including: Daisy Johnson, Saba Sams, Eli Goldstone, Kayo Chingonyi, Amy Liptrot, Sophie Mackintosh, Season Butler, Eloghosa Osunde, Caleb Femi, Daisy Hildyard, and An Yu.

Our latest issue – Somesuch Stories #6 FLUX – is out now!!

Somesuch Stories has been featured in The Observer’s New Review, and by AnOther, Monocle, It’s Nice That, LitHub, MagCulture, Stack Magazines and the High Low Show.

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I’m also a freelance editor, including for book projects, such as this one.

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Say hello: suzeolbrich[at]