Naomi Clifford is an acclaimed author and history writer. She is a host of The Door History Podcast and co-editor of Vauxhall History website.
Her website is naomiclifford.com
Naomi was born in London, the child of US emigrés. ‘My own family had no experience of the Blitz,’ she says, ‘but my father served in the US Air Force, and by the mid-50s he and my mother had settled in north London. The Blitz was still a raw and vivid wound. I have clear childhood memories of playing in bomb sites and sifting through the rubble looking for “treasure”. When I look back I wonder if this infantile archaeology pointed to my later fascination with the world evoked by June Spencer’s thought-provoking diaries.’
Naomi is available for interviews and talks. Contact her via hlaagency.co.uk/contact-hla-agency.
Her previously published works include
The Murder of Mary Ashford (2018)
Women and the Gallows 1797-1837 (2017)
The Disappearance of Maria Glenn (2016)