Tag Archives: Andrew McMillan

Andrew McMillan 1957-2012

Chips Mackinolty has released the following statement on the loss of one of the Territory’s great writers: Respected Northern Territory writer Andrew McMillan, 54, died this evening at his home in Darwin. He was with friends. “Andrew was one of … Continue reading

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Arnhem Land Investigations

Earlier this (northern) summer, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC completed the repatriation of the last set of Indigenous remains that has been in their collections for over sixty years, following up a process that had begun in 2008.  The … Continue reading

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Yiloga: Tiwi Warriors

One journalist. Two photographers. Five translators. Eighteen men to a side. Three thousand spectators. Yiloga! Tiwi Footy! Tiwi Footy: Yiloga is the new publication by F11 Productions in Darwin celebrating the history of Australian Rules football in the Tiwi Islands through … Continue reading

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Top (End) Books

Great and very timely news from the publishing world tonight: Niblock Publishing has re-issued two of Andrew McMillan’s books, both of which have been out of print for far too long. I’ve written about both of them before, so I won’t go … Continue reading

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April Books, Part 2: Varieties of History

Every time I try to read something that Keith Windschuttle has written, I end up, at least metaphorically, throwing the book across the room in disgust. Later, trudging across the metaphorical room to pick the book up, I wonder what … Continue reading

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