Van Badham is a writer, commentator, activist, occasional broadcaster, theatre-maker and one of Australia’s most controversial public intellectuals. In addition to a weekly column for the Guardianâs Australian edition, her work has appeared in The Age, Cosmopolitan, Daily Life, Southerly, Women’s Agenda, Britain’s Daily Telegraph and in various anthologies. She is a frequent guest on panels for ABC RN, The Drum and Q&A, Channel 7âs Sunrise, the All About Women festival and The Festival of Dangerous Ideas. As a playwright, her work has been performed across Australia and the UK, in the US and Canada, and in Iceland, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, Germany and Austria, and she is the recipient of three Premierâs awards for stage writing. Her first novel, Burnt Snow, was published by Pan Macmillan in 2010.
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