Australian National Library, Hazel de Berg, Tape 775, June 1973.

Sideways from the Page edited by J. Davidson, Melbourne, Fontana, 1983;

Southerly, 4/1986, Sydney, Graeme Kincross Smith, Frank Moorhouse, his Life and Narratives.

Roman, Catherine Rihoit, 17/December, 1986, Paris.

Southerly, 4/1986, Sydney, Graeme Kincross Smith, Frank Moorhouse, his Life and Narratives.

Sydney University Video Unit, English Archives, Ivor Indyk, 1987.

A Writer's Camp, Iguana Films, documentary, director Judy Rymer, 1987.

Radio Helicon, Australian Broadcasting Commission, April 27, 1988, interview, commentary, reading.

Workers' Educational Association, oral history project, 1988.

Candida Baker, “Frank Moorhouse,” Yacker 3: Australian Writers Talk about Their Work, edited by Baker (Sydney: Picador, 1989), pp. 212–235

Magazine Littéraire, juillet-aout 1990, Professor Xavier Pons, an interview, Paris, France.

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Oral history of Copyright Agency Limited, 2008.


Professor Brian Kiernan, ‘Notes on Frank Moorhouse’, Overland, 56/1973, Melbourne,

Carl Harrison-Ford, ‘The Short Stories of Wilding and Moorhouse’ Southerly (Sydney), vol. 33, 1974

Don Anderson, ‘Frank Moorhouse’s Discontinuities,’ Southerly, 36 (1976): 26–38

Bruce Bennett, ‘Frank Moorhouse and the New Journalism,’ Overland, 70 (1978): 6–10

Professor Ian Reid, ‘Writing from the Third Position: Frank Moorhouse's recent fiction’, Meanjin, 37/1978, Melbourne.

Professor Ken Hamilton, editor, Studies in the Recent Australian Novel, University of Queensland Press, 1978, ‘The New Novel’.

Bruce Clunies Ross, “Laszlo’s Testament or Structuring the Past and Sketching the Present in Contemporary Short Fiction, mainly Australian,” Kunapipi, 1, no. 2 (1979): 110–123;

              Clancy, L., ‘Uneven new collection: The Everlasting Secret Family’, Australian Book Review no. 29 (June), 27, 1980.

               Legasse, J, ‘Frank Moorhouse: The Everlasting Secret Family’, Westerly, vol.25 no.4 (December), 76-78, 1980.

              Kiernan, B.E., ‘Frank Moorhouse: A Retrospective’, Modern Fiction Studies, vol.27 no.1 (Spring), 73-94, 1980.

             Webby, E., ‘Australian Short Fiction from While the Billy Boils to The Everlasting Secret Family’, Australian Literary Studies, vol.10 no.2 (April), 147-164, 1981/.

             Bruce Clunies Ross, ’The Fiction of Carey and Moorhouse’, University of Aahaus, Aahaus, Denmark, Kunapipi, 2/1982.

             Legasse, J., ‘Telling a Self: More on Moorhouse's Family’, Westerly, vol. 27 no.1 (March), 73-83, 1982.

Tim Rowse, ‘The Pluralism of Frank Moorhouse’, Nellie Melba, Ginger Meggs, and Friends: Essays in Australian Cultural History, (Kibble Books), 1982.

William Pope, “Frank Moorhouse’s Tales of Mystery and Romance: A Study in Narrative
Method,” Southerly, 42, 1982: 412–423.

Humphrey McQueen, ‘The Thinker from the Push: Frank Moorhouse,’ Gallipoli to Petrov Sydney & Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1984, pp. 101–106.

             Kanaganayakam, C.,’ Form and Meaning in the Short Stories of Frank Moorhouse’, World Literature Written in English, vol.25 no.1 (Spring), 67-76, 1985.

Nicolas Jose, Cultural Identity: 'I think I am Something Else', Daedalus, 1/1985, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Washington, USA.

            G. Kinross Smith, ‘Liberating Acts - Frank Moorhouse, his Life, his Narratives’, Southerly, vol.46 no.4 (December), 391-423, 1986.

Catherine Riboit, Magazine Littéraire, 17/December, 1986, Paris, France.

Peter O. Stummer, ed., The Story Must be Told, Short, narrative prose in the new English literature, Werner Arens, ‘The Ironical Fate of 'The Drover's Wife', Germany, 1986.

Jean-Paul Delamotte, ‘Un Australien Granati d'Epoque’, 1987, introduction, Paris, France.

Ken Stewart, ’The Everlasting Well Known Family’,  Australian Book Review, Melbourne, June 1987.

University of New England thesis Winifred???

Kirby, S., ‘Homosocial desire and homosexual panic in the fiction of Frank Moorhouse and David Malouf’ Meanjin, vol.46 no.3 (September), 385-393 (1987).

Dr Simone Vauthier, ‘Ventriloquist's Act: Frank Moorhouse's 'Pledges, Vows, and Pass this Note', Recherches Angalises et Nord Americanes, XX1, 1988, Strasbourg, France.

Dr Peter Pierce, ‘The Lost Child’, The Age Monthly Review, Melbourne, February, 1989.

Raines, G, ‘The Short Story Cycles of Frank Moorhouse', Australian Literary Studies, vol. 14 no.4 (October), 425-435, 1990.

Pradip Trikha, ‘The Short Stories of Frank Moorhouse’, Journal of Australian Literature, July 1991, Mysore, India.

Peter Quartermaine, “Cultural Correspondence: Frank Moorhouse’s Forty-Seventeen,” Australian Studies, 6 (1992): 60–67

Nicholas Birns, “Beyond Disillusionment: Frank Moorhouse’s Grand Days and post-Colonial Idealism,” Westerly, 40, no. 1 (1995): 67–71

Oxford Companion to Australian Literature, W. Wilde, J. Hooton and B. Andrews (eds),  Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1994, p. 543,  revised edition, 1997.

Linzi Murrie, ‘Changing Masculinities: Disruption and Anxiety in Contemporary Australian Writing’, Journal of Australian Studies, 56 (1998): 169–179

             F. Moorhouse, ‘A Literary Living’, Writers on Writing, ed. N. James. Sydney: Halstead, 1999, pp. 87–88.

Robin Beattie, University of Wollongong, unpublished essays, ‘The Discontinuous Narrative, Pre-Moorhouse, The Discontinuous Narrative -- 1988/89,  Observations on the Discontinuous Narrative’, 1990.

             Lumby, C., ‘Our Man at the Colonial Cliff Face, Gleeson, Lumby and Bennett: Frank Moorhouse : a celebration, Canberra: National Library of Australia (1997).


             Bartu, P.A., 1987, B.A. honours thesis, Frank Moorhouse: Sexual Fiction in a Censorship Context, 1969 to 1980. Canberra: University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

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Laura Cozzolino, University of Udine, Italy, B.A. honours thesis, 1998

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