A talented writer with an international background and broad CV
Anthea Rowan is an award-winning journalist and editor. Her training as a wordsmith proved a baptism by fire. Armed with a good idea and a raw passion to write, she approached an editor at The Times in London and quickly discovered good ideas alone are not the sole stuff of newspaper fodder. Stern editing, though, was the best way to learn. She continues to freelance at The Times. She writes across a spread of subjects from travel to emotional intelligence, parenting pieces to education, current affairs features to fashion.
I use to belong to me
34AA and proud
Whatever, Mum . . . just get off my case
Goats on a school run
Chasing family demons
Do our kids know how to write thank you notes anymore?
I’m a housewife, and that’s why I’m raising my daughters to be feminists
They said my book-loving mother would never read again
Tanzania: Remote rewards
The upside to feeling down
Getting tied up in knots over great school uniform debate
Know your child before opting for the International Baccalaureate
School can be a lonely place if you're the only boarder
Do your homework on school fees
Fewer of us are marrying young these days but Anthea Rowan has never regretted tying the knot on impulse
Magufuli Takes Tanzania by Storm
Travel: Tanzania's southern comfort
O, The Oprah Magazine
29 June 2015: Promoting hygiene, saving lives at Tanzania camp for Burundian refugees
My mother was depressed most of my life. Will that happen to me, too?