Authors » Chris Pash
Chris Pash’s book The Last Whale grew from his experiences as a cadet reporter at the Albany Advertiser in WA’s south in the 1970s. He later was a foreign correspondent, bureau chief and editor before falling into the business side of news in the mid 1990s and establishing a successful Asia joint venture company. He is currently further developing the commercial side of his brain for a global media company. Between a demanding work schedule and busy home life, he uses social media to promote the writings of WA authors. Sometimes he finds a few minutes to write his own words. He lives in Sydney with his wife, two children, a dog and a rabbit.
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