|Born||Deborah Jane Orr
23 September 1962
|Residence||Stockwell, South London|
|Partner(s)||Will Self (mar. 1997)|
Orr worked as deputy editor for City Limits magazine and as a contributor to New Statesman until 1990. She is currently a columnist for The Guardian, a publication she first joined in 1990. She was previously a columnist for The Independent and editor of the Guardian Weekend magazine (1993–98).
- "Ms Deborah Orr's Biography". Debrett's People of Today. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
- Donaldson, Brian (15 July 2010). "Will Self at the Edinburgh International Book Festival". Edinburgh Festival Guide. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
- Orr, Deborah "Politics and the death of social mobility", The Guardian, 19 May 2010
- Orr, Deborah "I never knew my home town was a hotbed of religious fundamentalism". The Independent, 5 May 2007. Retrieved 19 September 2010.
- McGibbon, Rob (29 March 2006). "Press Conference With...WILL SELF". PressGazette. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
- "For a moment I really thought my husband had won the Booker. But no!". The Guardian. 19 October 2012.
He was already deeply involved in it when I was diagnosed with breast cancer.
- The Independent – Articles by Deborah Orr Articles published in the past year
- The Guardian – Archive of articles by Deborah Orr in the Guardian
- BBC News – Views on respect: Deborah Orr 09/01/06
- Silverman, Craig (12 October 2005). "BBC host apologizes after guest swears on air". Regret The Error. Archived from the original on 19 February 2006. Retrieved 26 September 2011.
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