Emily Zemler is a journalist and author based in London specializing in film, TV, music, and travel. She is regular contributor to Rolling Stone and Los Angeles Times, and has written cover stories and celebrity profiles for Allure, ELLE, Billboard, and TIME, among others. She is the author of three film books, 2019's "The Art and Making of Aladdin," 2022's "Disney Princess: Beyond the Tiara," and 2023's "Disney Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas: Beyond Halloweentown." In 2017, she co-authored "A Sick Life" with TLC's Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins. She recently ghostwrote Elton John's forthcoming book "Farewell Yellow Brick Road," set for release in spring 2024.
Disney Princess: Beyond the Tiara
Featuring concept art, memorabilia, and original interviews, Disney Princess: Beyond the Tiara explores the legacies of the princesses and what they represent today. Everyone knows the Disney Princess characters, but how did they become the cultural icons we know today? From the Princesses Walt Disney and his artists brought to the screen in the twentieth century, such as Snow White and Aurora, to the recent additions such as Moana, Tiana, and Rapunzel, each Disney Princess character’s influence has expanded beyond their original film. Each of their unique, individual stories create a fabric with the power to inspire our imaginations, spark social conversations, and empower us.