Marian Wilkinson, Australia, is a multi-award winning journalist whose career has spanned radio, television and print.

She has covered politics, national security, refugee issues and climate change as well as serving as a foreign correspondent in Washington DC for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. She was a deputy editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and executive producer and senior reporter of the ABC’s Four Corners program.

Wilkinson writes for Australian Foreign Affairs magazine, The Saturday Paper and reports for ABC’s 7.30. In 2018, she was inducted into the Australian Media Hall of Fame.

She has written several books including "The Fixer" (William Heinemann), on former Labor powerbroker, Graham Richardson, and "Dark Victory" (Allen and Unwin) on Australia’s response to asylum seekers which she co-authored with David Marr.

Her latest book, "The Carbon Club" (Allen and Unwin), investigates Australia’s fraught climate change policy and the network of players who derailed it.