Jess Hill is an investigative journalist and the author of See What You Made Me Do and the Quarterly Essay The Reckoning. She has been a producer for ABC Radio and journalist for Background Briefing, and Middle East correspondent for The Global Mail. Her reporting on domestic abuse has won two Walkley awards, an Amnesty International award and three Our Watch awards. See What You Made Me Do won the 2020 Stella Prize and the ABA Booksellers’ Choice Adult Non-Fiction Book of the Year.


By the time Prime Minister Scott Morrison fronts the press gallery in late March 2021, Australians have for more than three years been living in the era of #MeToo, and have been consuming an almost daily diet of stories about sexual harassment, assault and rape.
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