Judy Crozier began as a baby journalist with the Melbourne Times back in the 1970s and was the editor of Labor Star for the Victorian ALP for a time.
She's been a local government representative, a community worker, a singer and a proof reader.
She taught creative writing for some years in Melbourne. Judy now writes fiction and some freelance non-fiction, and has a first novel, What Empty Things Are These, published by Regal House Publishing, out from the end of 2018.
Currently, she lives in the south of France (not the ritzy end), but can't help being permanently glued to Australian politics via social media.
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