by Julie Burchill
Julie Burchill (born 3 July 1959) is an English journalist, writer and broadcaster who describes herself as a "militant feminist"
Julie Burchill (born 3 July 1959) is an English journalist, writer and broadcaster who describes herself as a "militant feminist". Beginning as a staff writer at the New Musical Express at the age of 17, she has since contributed to newspapers such as The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and The Guardian. She has been involved in legal actions resulting from the contents of her writing on several occasions. Burchill is also an author and novelist, and her 2004 novel Sugar Rush was adapted for television.
Julie Burchill has written more than a dozen books, with the TV adaptation of one of them, Sugar Rush, winning an International Emmy. Her hobbies include spite, luncheon, philanthropy and learning Modern Hebrew. She is married and lives in Brighton. She has been a journalist since the age of 17 and is now 53 years old. Read online.
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Julie Burchill is an English writer Her mother had a job in a cardboard box factory. In 2010, Burchill wrote of her parents: "I don't care much for families.
Julie Burchill is an English writer . Her mother had a job in a cardboard box factory. I adored my mum and dad, but to be honest I don't miss them much now they're dead", although three years later she contradicted this when she said she couldn't return to Bristol, as every time she heard someone speaking with her parents' Bristol accent it would remind her how much she missed them.
Julie Burchill is a journalist and author. Julie Burchill worshipped hers. Leonard Cohen’s son Adam finds his hilarious. Grace Kelly seemed like an angel': Clive James and others on their first crushes. Published: 23 May 2016. Julie Burchill finds little to enjoy in a life of a cold-blooded conservative who posed as a red-hot rebel. Published: 20 Oct 2012.
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Beginning as a writer for the New Musical Express at the age of 17, she has written for newspapers such as The Sunday Times and The Guardian. She is a self-declared "militant feminist". She has several times been involved in legal action resulting from her work.
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