Zoe Dukoff-Gordon Author

Zoë Dukoff-Gordon graduated from the University of Manchester in 2018 with a degree in English Literature and Drama and is now a freelance writer, including recent projects with Number Nine Films and Mammoth Screen. She enjoys fictional storytelling, in particular film, tv and books, both for entertainment but also as insightful hooks to wider social or cultural discussion. Her writing aims to offer analytical and critical comment with a view to helping others by offering new insight and ways of thinking about the world and people around us.

LatestSocial Issues

Hunger: a forgotten first world problem

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Zoë Dukoff-Gordon exposes the hidden scandal of hunger in the world’s wealthiest countries.

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Art & CultureSocial Issues

When the storm clouds gather inside

(11 minute read)
Zoë Dukoff-Gordon reads a book about weather where the storms are more personal than meteorological.

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Social Issues

Once upon a time there was an election …

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Zoë Dukoff-Gordon on politics as story and why the recent UK general election felt so despairing.

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Social Issues

We can disagree well: an unlikely friendship in Westminster

Zoë Dukoff-Gordon argues that fundamental differences in opinion need not stop you respecting – and learning from – people with contrary views.

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