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|Born||15 July 1957|
|Occupation||Journalist, literary critic|
The daughter of the Australians Bill and Deborah Kellaway, she is the older sister of the journalist Lucy Kellaway. Both siblings were educated at the Camden School for Girls, where their mother was a teacher, and at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, where she read English.
Kellaway later joined The Observer, where her posts have included features writer, deputy literary editor, deputy theatre critic and children's books editor. While The Observer's poetry editor, Kellaway was one of the five judges for the Booker Prize in 1995.
Kellaway is married and has four sons and two step-sons.
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- Murray, Jenni (3 July 2003). That's My Boy!. London: Vermilion. p. 30. ISBN 978-0091889647.
- Kellaway's portfolio in The Guardian
- Kellaway's portfolio in New Statesman
- Kellaway's portfolio in Prospect magazine
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