Brendan O'Neill is a London-based journalist and assistant editor of Spiked online. He teaches online journalism at universities in and around London.
A biogrpahical note states that he "started his career in journalism at LM (Living Marxism" and that his work has "been widely published on both sides of the Atlantic, including in the Spectator, the New Statesman, the Guardian, the Catholic Herald, the American Prospect, Reason, Slate and Salon magazines, and the Christian Science Monitor."
"He also writes regular reports for BBC News Online and is a correspondent for the Polish political weekly Prze Kroj. He makes regular appearances across the British and American broadcast media. He was a consultant for the book Human, published by Dorling Kindersley, which won the BMA Medical Book of the Year award in 2005, and he is currently writing a book about terrorism and humanitarianism. He is also co-founder of the Manifesto Club, which aims to reclaim the creative spirit of the Enlightenment for the 21st century," it states.
- O'Neill's blog is at http://www.brendanoneill.net
Debate with Sir Adrian Stott
- Debating Matters Competition, "Sir Adrian Stott vs Brendan O’Neill", Worldbytes, July 2009.
Resources and articles
Related SourceWatch articles
- "Brendan O'Neill Profile", Guardian (UK), accessed July 2009.
Articles by O'Neill
- Brendan O'Neill, Archive of articles published by the Guardian (UK), accessed July 2009.
- Brendan O'Neill, "Beware the greenies who think people are parasites", The Australian, June 22, 2009.