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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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Beyond Words Book Launch at Gleebooks

Jacqueline Kent – Beyond Words – Thursday 7th February

In conversation with Caroline Baum

Thursday 7th February, 6pm for 6.30pm

RSVP at Gleebooks.com.au

A Certain Style: Beatrice Davis, A Literary Life


Beatrice Davis, 1909-1992, was Australia’s most acclaimed book editor. In her forty-year career with Angus and Robertson, she discovered and nurtured the talents of countless writers, including Thea Ashley, Patricia Wrightson, Xavier Herbert and Hal Porter. She was the bridge connecting Miles Franklin and Tim Winton. Her position as a judge of […]

Review of Take Your Best Shot ...

This succinct, clear-sighted review of Julia Gillard’s three years as prime minister suggests history will judge her leadership more kindly than she was judged during her time in power.

An add-on to Kent’s 2009 biography The Making of Julia Gillard [in fact, it’s a completion of the 2010 update The Making of Julia Gillard Prime Minister], this […]

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No Australian prime minister has had to face such a difficult and challenging political environment as did Julia Gillard. Her impressive legislative record was overshadowed by pitched battles with jealous rivals and a remarkably hostile media, as well as her own struggles to communicate effectively with the public. Following her successful The Making of […]

Independent? Seriously?

It’s axiomatic that if anyone or anything has to insist on a particular quality, they no longer have it. (Stale biscuits are called fresh on the packet, adulterous spouses insist on their fidelity.) At the moment, nowhere is this truer than in the case of the Sydney Morning Herald. Having over the past few months […]