Rachel Wilson is a writer and founder of The Grief Network: a community for bereaved young people. She has written for The Guardian, The Times, The New Statesman, VICE, i-D and more. Currently based in London, she has lived in Melbourne, Paris and Berlin, where she has worked as an editor and translator. Her work has a strong focus on sexuality, grief, culture and place.
The Grief Network has been featured in The Guardian, VICE, You Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, The Daily Mail, The Sun, Evening Standard, and on The High Low and Griefcast podcasts. Speakers at Grief Network events have included Griefcast host Cariad Lloyd, leading grief counsellor and bestselling author Julia Samuel, author Gavanndra Hodge, Maccabees guitarist and Tailenders host Felix White, author and comedian Jack Rooke, and Young People’s Laureate for London Theresa Lola. The Grief Network produced a collaborative digital magazine with Sister Magazine during the coronavirus lockdown addressing grief and isolation, with cover stars Lottie Tomlinson and Amber Mark.