Kate Hennessy’s music and arts criticism runs in The Guardian, ABC, The Saturday Paper, The Lifted Brow, The Wire (UK), Vice/Noisey and more. She speaks on ABC TV and Sydney radio and has spoken at Vivid Ideas, Darwin Writers’ Festival, BIGSOUND and the Rock and Roll Writers’ Festival. Travel journalism has taken Kate on jobs around the world. She is an Australian Music Prize judge, a National Live Music Awards board member, and a teacher at the Australian Writers’ Centre. She developed the Guardian masterclass ‘How To Be A Music Journalist’. Find her @smallestroom
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