WRITER 549: Nicole Madigan, author of ‘Obsession: A journalist and victim-survivor’s investigation into stalking’

Meet Nicole Madigan, author of the memoir Obsession: A Journalist and Victim-survivor's Investigation Into Stalking. And we discuss filter words and the phenomenon of tautological place names. And win None of This is True by Lisa Jewell.

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Writer in residence: Nicole Madigan

Nicole Madigan is a writer, editor, journalist, and author, based in Brisbane, Australia. Previously a television reporter with the Nine Network, Nicole has spent the past 15 years writing investigative articles, news pieces, long-form features and content for a wide range of publications and businesses.

Her work is regularly featured in numerous print and online publications, including MiNDFOOD, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Courier Mail, The Herald Sun, The Australian, Australian Financial Review, Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, news.com.au, CFO Magazine, CEO Magazine, Women’s Agenda, Mamamia, Kidspot, The Walkley Magazine, Health Times, Campus Review, Elite Agent, Sunday Life, among others. She is the editor of Get it Magazine, and has previously edited the REIQ Journal and newbornbaby.com.au.

Nicole also provides written content and ghost writing services for a variety of commercial, government, health, property, and education sector clients.

She is a non-executive Board Director of Friends with Dignity, a charity providing support to victim-survivors of domestic violence, and is an ambassador for domestic violence advocacy group My Red Flags.

Nicole is the author of two children’s books. Her debut non-fiction book, Obsession: A journalist and victim-survivor’s investigation into stalking, was released in 2023.

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