Siobhan McHugh
ORAL HISTORIAN
WRITER
DOCUMENTARY-MAKER
Siobhan contributed the twelfth century Prayer of St Francis as the Irish Mother in this beautiful short story by John Connell, The Little Black, broadcast on ABC Radio National 2009.

Writings Online

Interviews Online
History in the Marketplace
Judy Skene interviews Siobhan McHugh on surviving as a freelance historian

Publishers
Currently stocking Snowy: the People Behind the Power, My Story: Snowy - The Diary Of Eva Fischer and Minefields and Miniskirts

Associated Websites
Siobhan has won the NSW literary award for non-fiction and been shortlisted twice for the history awards.
The Australia Council for the Arts has awarded Siobhan several literary fellowships.
Visit the Rose Seidler House to view the film on architect Harry Seidler featuring extracts from Siobhan’s interview or go to Meroogal or Hyde Park Barracks for other museums linked to her work
A wonderful writers’ retreat in the Blue Mountains, Katoomba, NSW, Australia
Alumni site for writers who have stayed at this wonderful writers’ retreat in the Blue Mountains, NSW