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Nick Bhasin
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Nick Bhasin is a writer and editor based in Sydney, but originally from the US. His writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including the New York Times, the Guardian, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Age, Junkee and McSweeney’s and he has occasionally appeared on ABC Melbourne radio as a cultural attaché . He won the US music game show Name That Tune and his satirical parenting blog ‘Daddy’s Little Miracle’ was selected to join the New York Times’ parenting section’s blogroll. Nick has worked as an editor for Junkee, 10 Daily, SBS, Foxtel Magazine and OK! Magazine. He has a tremendous speaking voice.

Books by Nick Bhasin

I Look Forward to Hearing from You

'I wish I could write like Nick Bhasin … but reading his writing is the next best thing.'

'Bhasin hits that sweet spot of emotional depth while also being absurdly funny.'

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