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Wendy Syfret

WENDY SYFRET is an award-winning Melbourne based journalist, writer and editor who contributes to publications all over the world, including the Guardian, Vice and Man Repeller. She is the author of How to Think like an Activist. Her previous roles include managing editor of Vice Asia, head of editorial for Vice Australia, and Australia editor of i-D Magazine. Sweet Nothing is her second book.
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