E. J. Brady

Journalist, Author

1869 – 1952

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Who was E. J. Brady?

E. J. Brady was an Australian poet.

He was born at Carcoar, New South Wales, and was educated both in the United States and Sydney. He worked as a wharf clerk, a farmer, and journalist, and edited both rural and city newspapers.

He was a friend and correspondent of Sir Edmund Barton, the first Australian prime minister, and helped to save Henry Lawson's life in 1910.

He later established a writers' and artists' colony at Mallacoota, in 1909, and he continued to live there until his death in 1952 at the age of 83.

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Born
Aug 7, 1869
Carcoar
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Died
Aug 22, 1952
Mallacoota

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on July 23, 2013

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