Kathy Marks

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Kathy Marks is a British journalist best known for her work on The Independent who became the newspaper's Asia-Pacific correspondent based in Sydney, Australia, in 1999. Marks covered the Pitcairn sexual assault trial of 2004 on and off that Pacific island and has written a book on the subject.[1]

In 2013, she won a Walkley Award in the Indigenous Affairs category for her essay 'Channelling Mannalargenna' in The Griffith Review.

Marks grew up in Manchester, England, and studied languages. A journalist since 1984, her first job was at the Reuters news agency and has also worked for the Daily Telegraph. She has covered violence in East Timor in 1999, the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings, the civil war in Indonesia’s Aceh province, the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004, and the 2006 Java earthquake.[2]

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  1. ^ Kathy Marks, Lost Paradise, New York, London: Free Press, 2009, 328 pages
  2. ^ Simon & Schuster biography

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