Bridget Harrison (born 22 February 1971) is a freelance journalist and Contributing Editor at the Times Magazine. She is also an editor on the Times T2 and Times Weekend sections. She has also written for The Times, Sunday Times Magazine, Sunday Times Style, Red, Elle, Grazia, GQ, Stylist, Glamour, Cosmopolitan among others. She was formerly the deputy editor of thelondonpaper, a free London newspaper published by News International which had a circulation of 500,000 and closed in September 2009. Before this she worked at the New York Post from 2000 to 2005 as a reporter, columnist and editor. Before this she was an assistant features editor at The Times. Her book Tabloid Love: Looking for Mr Right in All the Wrong Places ISBN 0-7382-1044-7 chronicles her dating experience and the trials and tribulation as a 30-something single woman in New York City. Unlike "Sex and the City" by Candace Bushnell, the book is a memoir rather than a fiction, although the names of many characters in the book have been changed to protect their identity. In 2008 Bridget Harrison married Dimitri Doganis, MD of Raw Television, they have two sons. Bridget Harrison was educated at St Paul's Girls' School and Manchester University and has a MSc.in Development Studies from School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
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