With over 18 years’ journalistic experience, Corrine Barraclough is now writing freelance and based on the Gold Coast, Australia.
Previously, Corrine was the Editor of cheeky, quirky celebrity weekly NW magazine in Sydney for four years. She was poached from England by ACP magazines to edit the title, successfully steered the ship and held sales steady on a competitive newsstand. Corrine was voted Editor of the Year (weeklies) in 2012.
Before relocating to Australia, Corrine was Deputy Editor of Now magazine (IPC magazines) having been promoted from Associate Editor. IPC magazines was where Corrine started her career having graduated from the University of Manchester with a degree in History and Philosophy. She also worked at Sunday magazine (News of the World), spent time working as Features Editor at Star magazine in New York and worked on the esteemed showbiz brand 3am at Daily Mirror as well as a raft of other consumer titles.
Now, she lives by the beach, has her work/life balance in order and loves writing opinion pieces for Daily Mail Australia, Mamamia, She Said and more…
The magazine mayhem went something like this:
19 magazine, B magazine, 3am (Daily Mirror), Maxim
Sunday magazine (News of the World), Now magazine
NW magazine, editor for four years
Born: Halifax, West Yorkshire
Topics of special interest: sobriety, change, domestic violence, depression, relationships
Eye-catching, emotive NW covers jumped off the newsstand with arresting impact. Corrine also launched shocking sealed sections to complement the brand.