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Jim Davidson

Jim Davidson edited Meanjin from 1974 to 1982. He knew Christesen and Murray-Smith, and many others associated with them. His own publications range from a scholarly edition of Anthony Trollope's South Africa to histories of tourism and postcards. He is best known as a biographer, his Lyrebird Rising (Louise Hanson-Dyer) and A Three-Cornered Life (WK Hancock) winning multiple awards.