Helen Pitt is an award-winning Sydney Morning Herald journalist with over three decades of experience on three different continents (Australia, Europe and the United States.) She has worked as the Herald's opinion editor, as a staff feature writer there, and at The Bulletin, HQ magazine and the New York Times Digital. From walking Papua New Guinea's Kokoda Trail to tracking down Sarah Palin in her Alaskan hometown, her feature writing has won multiple awards including the UN Media Peace prize. This is her first major non-fiction book.
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