I had my own newspaper column at the age of 19, and have worked as a journalist in Australia, Hong Kong and London where I was on the staff of the Financial Times, working on world news, special reports, features and as a specialist writer about global travel and tourism. My work has appeared in the Australian Financial Review, The Australian, the FT.
I write non-fiction books and novels, and work with other people to develop their books.
My business website is The Writing Business where we write, edit, proofread and help with corporate and creative writing. We write or we help you write.
Co-author of Navigational Tips for Living In An Imperfect World. It’s a global positioning system for humans presented in a handy book, showing you how to break past patterns and start to realise the strength and joy of living in the here and now.
Contributor to city-pick New York, one of the brilliant series of literary travel anthologies published by Oxygen Books. Marian’s story Blue, blue sky appears amid stories by Truman Capote, Michael Cunningham, David Byrne, Martin Amis, Don DeLillo, Jonathan Franzen, Bob Dylan and F. Scott Fitzgerald.