Phosphorescence (Online)

Julia Baird + Juliet Rieden



#About the event


Julia Baird

Julia Baird

Julia Baird is a globally renowned author and award-winning journalist. A much-beloved broadcaster in her native Australia, Julia presents for ABC TV and writes columns for The New York Times. In 2007, she became senior editor of Newsweek in New York. Her work has earned her four Walkley Our Watch awards, a Walkley Award for team election reporting, and two further Walkley nominations. She lives near the sea with two children, a tyrannical cat and an abnormally large dog.

Juliet Rieden

Juliet Rieden

Juliet Rieden has been a journalist for more than 30 years, working between the UK and Australia for a variety of magazines and newspapers as a writer and editor. She is currently Editor-at-Large at The Australian Women's Weekly, where she also works as the Books Editor and Royal Correspondent. Juliet is also a non-fiction author. Her books include The Writing on the Wall, a personal memoir and investigation into what happened to her father and his family during the Holocaust Rising Heart, a memoir which Juliet ghost wrote with Aminata Conteh-Biger, a Sierra Leonean refugee who was brutally kidnapped by rebels during the war and escaped to Australia in the nation’s first intake of refugees from the Sierra Leone civil war and , The Royals in Australia, an illustrated investigation behind the scenes of almost 150 years of royal visits for which she was granted access to the Royal Archives in Windsor Castle.

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