Martin McKenzie-Murray is the chief correspondent of The Saturday Paper. He is a former Canberra speechwriter, columnist for The Age and adviser to the chief commissioner of Victoria Police. His first book, A Murder Without Motive: The Killing of Rebecca Ryle, was published in 2016.
- Interviews with refugees
- Boundless plains to share – why we need a new narrative on refugees
- Za’atari refugee camp – city of lost children
- Cultural appropriation in food
- The challenges of being a Muslim woman in a multicultural society