Daisy Jones was born in 1992 and lives in south east London, where she studied creative writing at Goldsmiths. She is Associate Editor at VICE, having previously worked at Dazed and Confused (where she was hired as Music Editor at 22). During her time as a writer and editor, she's interviewed everyone from Grace Jones to RuPaul to Robyn and Peaches. Her work, which explores everything from queer culture to music, sex and the internet, has also appeared in i-D, The Guardian, Refinery29 and Polyester among others. When she's not writing, she's probably reading murder mysteries, doing tarot or spraying her stick insects.
Her debut — All The Things She Said: Everything I Know About Modern Lesbian and Bi Culture — was published by Coronet in 2022; it was shortlisted for The Polari First Book Prize in that same year.