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Gideon Haigh

Gideon Haigh

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Gideon Haigh has published more than fifty books and contributed to more than a hundred newspapers and magazines in a decades-long journalism career. His cricket books include The Cricket War, The Summer Game and On Warne, and he has written on subjects from abortion, asbestos and architecture to incest and HV Evatt. The Office: A Hardworking History won the NSW Premier’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction, and Certain Admissions won a Ned Kelly Prize for true crime. Haigh has appeared widely on radio and TV and lives in Melbourne.

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Beyond the frame

Gideon Haigh deciphers some early images of Australian cricket.