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HarperCollins Australia, Mar 1, 2014 - Biography & Autobiography - 304 pages
A foreign correspondent's memoir like no other ... Zoe Daniel is the ABC's fifteenth South East Asia Correspondent, and one of only a handful of women to combine one of the most dangerous jobs in the world with one of the most demanding - motherhood.From the political unrest in Bangkok and the bittersweet story of conjoined twins in India, to a tragic plane crash in Laos and the destruction of typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, Storyteller is a frank and brave memoir, as much about the events that capture our attention as it is about a personal story of the universal juggle of work, ambition and family amid the unpredictability of life and the predictability of the 24/7 media cycle. Storyteller is a timely reminder of the bravery and audacity of the men and women who bring us the news - the journalists, the local 'fixers', the cameramen - but above all it is a tribute to ordinary people who find themselves eyewitnesses to the extraordinary.

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This was an interesting read. Zoe Daniel was ABC's Asian correspondent until just recently She is also married with two young children. This is the story of her time as a foreign correspondent and it ... Read full review

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It must be difficult enough for a man visiting the various troublespots, but as a woman Zoe Daniel would have to endure the strong gender bias against a woman, particularly a white blonde woman in Southeast Asia. She displays great determination, courage as well as appreciating the vital role in getting the messages out. 

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Zoe Daniel has just signed off as the ABC's South East Asia correspondent, where she was based in Bangkok with her husband and young family. She reported on nine countries across Southeast Asia filing copy and stories for TV, radio, online and social media. She was the Africa correspondent during 2005 and 2006 and spent parts of 2009 covering the Khmer Rouge war crimes trials from Phnom Penh in Cambodia. Follow Zoe on

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