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Jacqueline Kent is… a writer of non-fiction and biography, fiction, general articles and literary journalism. Her working background includes radio interviewing, print journalism, radio and TV scriptwriting, editing books, ghostwriting, teaching editing and creative writing, and arts administration.
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The Making of Julia Gillard Hobart Mercury

The Making of Julia Gillard

October 18, 2009 by Deborah Robinson

Julia Gillard is the first woman in our nation’s history to become the Deputy Prime Minister and is tipped by many to go all the way to the top job. Highly intelligent, with a strong work ethic, Gillard is widely perceived to be ambitious. But does […]

Kate Grenville

Readings to be cheerful
Christmas is coming and that means it’s time both to give and receive books. We asked a range of writers what they had most enjoyed reading this year.

KATE GRENVILLE
The Making of Julia Gillard (Viking) by Jacqueline Kent shows that a woman
can thrive — not just survive — in an adversarial environment. Kent’s […]

The Final Meeting of the Book Club

‘Well,’ said Caroline briskly, ‘shall we choose the book for next time?’ She paused, waiting for us to answer. When nobody did, she said, ‘What about something by – ooh – say, Virginia Woolf?’ Andree, Allison and I stared into our wine glasses. Jo, who was less polite, groaned.
‘Not a good idea?’ Caroline opened the […]

Autobiography of my Mother

Jacqueline Kent, reviewer June 19, 2007

It is good to say “welcome back” to this, the life story of

Australian artist Margaret Coen.

It is good to say “welcome back” to this, the life story of Australian artist Margaret Coen as told to, and by, her daughter Meg Stewart. First published by […]

Damned if we do, damned if we don't

More books than ever will be published in Australia this year. Jacqueline Kent explains why many will be badly edited.

Here’s a cautionary tale. An Australian publisher has just signed up a well known novelist. Both parties are very pleased with themselves: the author because it’s a better deal than any previous publisher has offered, the […]