Interview with
Sally Neighbour

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  • Published 20120130
  • ISBN: 9781921922008
  • Extent: 264 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

Is this the first piece you’ve done for the Griffith REVIEW?

Yes, I’ve been principally writing for newspapers for the last three years, but increasingly I’ve been writing magazine-length articles. I’ve been doing a lot of writing for The Monthly. I’m really much more interested, as essentially an investigative current affairs reporter, in doing long-form, in-depth investigative pieces. That’s what interested me in writing for the Griffith REVIEW. Writing for a journal like this allows you to do the same sort of work for print as I’ve done in the past [for television], for example for Four Corners.

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