John Kerr

John Kerr John Kerr is a best selling author, book seller, editor and publisher. Having worked as a police and court reporter, in recent years John has become one of Australia’s leading writers on crime. His 2022 book, The Big Folbigg Mistake, was a critical success and helped drawn attention to the terrible miscarriage of…

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Sam Harvey

Sam Harvey Sam Harvey is a popular sports blogger (Bell At A Goat), podcaster and writer with a keen sports journalistic eye. He has written columns for On Ya Warnie author Ken Piesse’s Pavillion magazine and Kyrgios is his first book collaboration. Illustrator Paul Harvey (Harv) is Sam’s dad. Books by Sam Harvey Buddy Kyrgios

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Miss Jane

Miss Jane Miss Jane (Jane Lange) has no particular qualifications or talents, other than exasperating most people she works with. Somehow, Jane found a job in radio, and worked on 2UE’s top-rated George and Paul Show. She made the move to 2GB with George and Paul in 2016 and stayed with the show until it…

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Michelle Lee

Michelle Lee Michelle Lee encompasses the spirit of adventure and values her freedom—above all else. Twelve years in corporate banking and an end to a long-term relationship were the impetus to Michelle giving up her career, along with society’s expectations, and turn to a life of adventure. Trekking the 100km Kokoda trail in 2012 sparked…

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Rebekah Koffler

Rebekah Koffler Rebekah Koffler is a Russian-born U.S. intelligence expert. Working with the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency’s National Clandestine Service, she has led ‘red’ teams during wargames and briefed the Pentagon, the White House, and NATO on Russian affairs. U.S. military commanders have called her a ‘national asset’, and she received…

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Ken Foster

Ken Foster Ken Foster arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam on HMAS Sydney on 3 February 1968 (the first days of the 1968 TET offensive) and a few days later flew by RAAF aircraft to Saigon. He was posted to HQ Australian Force Vietnam in Saigon as a Sgt clerk to the Deputy Assistant Director…

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Damon Kitney

Damon Kitney 𝕏 Damon Kitney has spent two decades in financial journalism, including 16 years at The Australian Financial Review in a variety of writing and editing roles in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Perth, including five years as a deputy editor of the newspaper. Books by Damon Kitney The Impatient Libertarian The Fortune Tellers

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Elliot Hannay

Elliot Hannay www.elliothannay.com Elliot Hannay is an author and veteran journalist. His writing career started in 1958 at the age of sixteen and he worked in newspapers, ABC radio and television, AAP, the public service and media consultancy for 60 years. He edited one weekly and two daily newspapers in Queensland, toured China in 1980…

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Christopher S.J. Gleeson

Christopher S.J. Gleeson Christopher Gleeson S.J., was born in Melbourne and educated by the Presentation Sisters in Sandringham and the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) at Xavier College, whose ranks he joined in 1962. Ordained priest in 1975, he has spent much of his working life as a teacher and administrator in Jesuit schools, nearly twenty-one…

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George Gilder

George Gilder George Gilder, one of the leading economic and technological thinkers of the past forty years, is the author of nineteen books, including Wealth and Poverty, Life after Television, Knowledge and Power, and The Scandal of Money. A founding fellow of the Discovery Institute, where he began his study of information theory, and an…

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