By Kath Walters
Do you remember your first byline? I do. It was 1993, and I bought six copies of The Canberra Times, which had published my 1200-word feature about food fads, and I jumped around the room, whooping.
Unfortunately, our precious byline means diddley-squat to most people outside the journalism industry. Hence the need to write our own personal profile.
Read more at Newsmodo.
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