Frank Moorhouse, one of Australia’s most prolific and loved authors, essayists, and public intellectuals, died aged eighty-three on 26 June. Moorhouse left a legacy of eighteen fiction and non-fiction books, a series of screenplays, and countless essays. He was also a tireless activist on a range of fronts, including opposing censorship and promoting copyright law reform. Moorhouse was born in ... (read more)
Catharine Lumby is a Professor of Media and Communications at the University of Sydney and the author of a biography of Frank Moorhouse, which will be published soon by Allen and Unwin.