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Matilda Boseley
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Matilda Boseley

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Matilda Boseley is an award-winning social media reporter and presenter for Guardian Australia. She has spearheaded the publication’s popular TikTok channel where she writes and hosts their short-form news explainers. Her work on the platform has won her a Quill Award for Innovation in Journalism and was nominated for a Walkley Award for the same category. Named Walkley Awards’ 2019 Student Journalist of the Year, Matilda has also worked as a reporter and assistant chief of staff at 7 News Melbourne and as a breaking news reporter for The Age newspaper. She regularly reports on issues affecting young people, women and mental health and her first book, The Year I Met My Brain, documents her experiences and discoveries after being diagnosed with ADHD at 23 and investigates the hidden prevalence and costs of ADHD among adults.

Books by Matilda Boseley

The Year I Met My Brain

An essential and empowering guide for any adult living with ADHD – compassionate, funny and full of practical tips.

Shortlisted: Australian Book Industry Awards (Social Impact Book of the Year)
Shortlisted: Australian Book Industry Awards (Illustrated Book of the Year)
Longlisted: Indie Book Awards 2024 (Illustrated Non-fiction)

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