Helen Razer ekes out a living as a freelance writer. She’ll tell you she’s working on her novel but, really, which aging hack isn’t?
Honestly, though. It’s out next year.
She has worked in radio; primarily at the ABC for the moderately young, Triple J, and the ABC for the moderately old, 774. She has a knack for being sacked. Her dismissals are always covered with glee in The Age where, perversely, she continues to work.
She was a panellist on, without question, the worst Arts Program ABC TV has yet produced.
She writes for Crikey, The Big Issue, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian’s Literary Review and any one who might buy her ramblings about The Arts, sex and social media.
She is committed to social justice and pencil skirts. She dislikes nostalgia and bad food. She’s 40. Do you have a problem with that?
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