My name’s Oliver Hotham and I’m a journalist. I grew up in Europe, living in Belgium, Germany, France and Switzerland, before leaving to study History at QMUL, and have lived in London ever since.

I like to think of myself as a generalist, and I’ve written everything from news to longform journalism on subjects from hotels to healthcare to domestic British politics and an lot about North Korea – take a look at some of my work, vaguely categorised, on the side bar. My work’s been published in Vice, Noisey, the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, NK News,  among others.

You might also follow this blog because of a little thing which happened a few years ago and the fall out of it surrounding a group called Straight Pride UK, which is now mentioned on Wikipedia – that’s a bit weird for me.

You can email me at ohotham@gmail.com, and you find me on LinkedIn and follow me on Twitter.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Oliver,
    Do you mind if we list your excellent blog on our site?
    We are looking to share blogs created by student journalists and we stumbled upon yours and love to list it!

    1. Hi Mark,
      It is very nice of you to offer Oliver the listing. I looked for Oliver’s blog at JournoWave and realised that it is not listed there yet.

      Hi Oliver,
      I hope that the unfortunately censorship issue will be amicably resolved and never happen again. It is really not easy to be a journalist nowadays, as gagging can come in many forms.

      Happy December to both of you soon!

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