Juliet Rieden is the Editor-at-Large of The Australian Women’s Weekly, writing the main cover features and interviews, and is the magazine’s royal correspondent and books editor. She is also a non-fiction author.
Critically acclaimed The Writing on the Wall is a powerful and deeply personal investigation into Juliet’s family’s fate in the Holocaust.
Juliet is the ghost-writer of Rising Heart, a memoir with Sierra Leonean refugee Aminata Conteh-Biger who was brutally kidnapped by rebels in the civil war and escaped to Australia.
The Royals in Australia charts the history of the royal family in Australia from 1867 to the present day based on extensive research including access to the Royal Archives in Windsor Castle.
Juliet contributed two chapters to Untold Resilience, stories of courage, suvival and love from women who have gone before. She also contributed to Postcards From Tomorrow and wrote and edited three editions of the Time Out Guide to Sydney published by Penguin Books, London.
Juliet joined Prince’s Trust Australia as a Board Trustee in 2018.
Juliet has been a journalist for more than 30 years working between the UK and Australia for magazines, newspapers and online sites as a writer and editor. She joined The Australian Women’s Weekly in January 2010 as Deputy Editor, then becoming Acting Editor-in-Chief and Editor.  Before this Juliet was Deputy Editor of InStyle Australia and Senior Commissioning Editor at the UK’s Daily Mail newspaper and Entertainments Editor at UK’s The Mail on Sunday newspaper in London.
Other publications Juliet has worked for on staff or freelance include Point de Vue (France), Stellar magazine (Australia), Town & Country website (US), Hello! magazine (UK), TVTimes  magazine (London), Radio Times magazine, The European, Today newspaper, The Daily Telegraph (London), Time Out London, The Weekend Australian, The Sun-Herald, The Sunday Telegraph, Who Weekly, TV Week, New Woman, Vacations & Travel magazine.
Juliet regularly contributes to TV programmes as a royal commentator on BBC, ITV, ABCTV, Channel Nine, Channel Seven and Channel Ten.
Juliet has been a judge for the Australian Book Industry Awards and the Walkley Awards book category.