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Brigid Delaney Brigid Delaney i(A64442 works by)
Born: Established: Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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A former lawyer turned journalist, Brigid Delaney was born in Melbourne and grew up in Warnambool. She has been a staff writer and editor for The Sydney Morning Herald and the news director at the New Daily, worked in digital news and on the foreign desk at The Telegraph in London and CNN, and served as the deputy editor at ninemsn. In 2018, she was a senior writer for Guardian Australia.

In 2014, Delaney published her first novel, Wild Things, a novel of power and prestige in college life at an elite university. Her long-form non-fiction includes This Restless Life : Churning Through Love, Work and Travel, built through a series of interviews with the 'restless' generation of peripatetic Australians. In 2018, she released Wellmania: Misadventures in the Search for Wellness through Black Inc.

She is also a co-founder of the anti-death penalty group The Mercy Campaign.

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