About Dominic O’Grady

Dominic O’Grady is a journalist and a media adviser at the Australian Human Rights Commission.

When he’s not at the Commission, he writes and dreams about travel, most recently to Norway in search of the Northern Lights.

His travel blogs and freelance travel stories include Paris, Rome, Dijon, the Amalfi Coast and Cinque Terre; and in Australia, Maria Island, Nitmiluk, and the Bullo River.

Dominic holds a Doctor of Arts from the University of Sydney, a Master of Arts (Hons) in Australian Literature from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).

He is a former editor of the Sydney Star newspaper and the author of  Preaching to the Perverted: the life and times of Michael Glynn.

Dominic is a member of the Australian Society of Authors and the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance.  He lives in Sydney with his partner Malcolm and their cattle x kelpie, Ruby.

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2 responses to “About Dominic O’Grady

  1. Hey Dr Dom; what an interesting set of lives you must enjoy; thanks for dropping into my film review blog. I’m particularly interested in what appears to be an ameliorative wave of LGBT film that is being produced lately, making up for lost time. Hope you find some interesting films at my place. cheers, Dr CineMuse

  2. Well, Dr O’Grady, I am exceedingly pleased but not surprised about your successful career path and the deserved respect that you warrant.
    It gives me great pleasure to contact you, even just to say Gidday and hope that I am worthy of response…and some chance to contribute in any way. Last week, I finally wrote to the 78’ers for a ticket on the bus after reading a very inaccurate story about the march, back in june,1978, well before I met you, John and Gus at UTS
    cheers,
    pete

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