Andrew McMillen is a freelance journalist and author based in Brisbane, Australia.
He also hosts Penmanship, a podcast about Australian writing culture, which features in-depth interviews with Australians who earn a living from working with words.
Andrew’s journalism has been published in:
- Rolling Stone,
- Good Weekend,
- The Guardian,
- The Monthly,
- The Australian,
- GQ Australia,
- The Sydney Morning Herald, and
- The Vine
Listed below are six examples of Andrew’s longform journalism, written for a range of publications:
- ‘Tall Poppies: Tasmanian opiates‘ for The Weekend Australian Magazine, March 2015
- ‘How I Snuck Through Wikipedia’s Notability Test‘ for Backchannel, March 2015
- ‘In The Line of Satire: Clarke & Dawe‘ for The Weekend Australian Review, February 2015
- ‘The Whistleblowers: Australian football referees‘ for Good Weekend, July 2014
- ‘The Royal Prank: The story behind the worst radio stunt in history‘ for BuzzFeed, August 2013
- ‘Building A Better Brain: Wired on Nootropics‘ for Rolling Stone, November 2012
This blog, andrewmcmillen.com, serves several purposes. Since 2012, it’s primarily been a portfolio of Andrew’s published writing, but previously it was a hub containing dozens of full-length interviews, and a conversation starter for issues relating to the business of freelance writing.
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The above photo was taken by the wonderful Brisbane-based photographer David Ball in November 2013. Please credit David wherever this photo is used. Also: hire him.
If you would like to contact Andrew regarding sensitive or confidential matters, email him using his PGP public key:
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