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Troy Bramston

Troy Bramston
 

Troy Bramston is a senior writer with The Australian newspaper and a contributor to Sky News.

He has worked as a policy and political adviser in government, opposition and the private sector. He is a former principal speechwriter for Kevin Rudd and an adviser to the Rudd government.

Troy is the author of Rudd, Gillard and Beyond (Penguin, 2014). Crikey said: ‘This is his sixth book about the Labor Party, and he brings the talents of a party historian and a professional writer to a compelling narrative.’ He is also the author of Looking for the Light on the Hill: Modern Labor’s Challenges (Scribe, 2011). The Courier-Mail said: ‘Troy Bramston’s book is a stand-out. His elegant prose and bold criticisms make it hard to put down.’

He is co-editor of The Hawke Government: A Critical Retrospective (Pluto Press, 2003), editor of The Wran Era (The Federation Press, 2006) and editor of For the True Believers: Great Labor Speeches That Shaped History (The Federation Press, 2012) which was described by The Australian as ‘a compulsory reference for anyone interested in Australian politics’.

Troy lives in Sydney with his partner, Nicky, and two children, Madison and Angus. He is currently writing a book about Paul Keating.

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