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Graeme Parsons (a.k.a. Graeme Bruce Parsons) b. 1949 (11 works by fr. 1988) Graeme Parsons has lived in Darwin since 1978 when he moved from Melbourne. His short stories have been published in magazines. He has also written Finding Your Way to Work in the Arts Industry and Aboriginal Music Development Project : a report on research and training for cultural industry development (1996).
y separately published work icon Working the Cats Graeme Parsons , Milsons Point : Random House Australia , 1992 1992 single work children's fiction children's y
y separately published work icon Rosemary's Windy Woof Graeme Parsons , Clifton Hill : Hodja Educational , 1988 1988 single work children's fiction children's y
The Mistake Graeme Parsons , single work short story fantasy horror
— Appears in: Terror Australis : The Australian Horror and Fantasy Magazine , vol. 1 no. 2 1988 1988 (p. 6-11)
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y separately published work icon Michael's Monster Graeme Parsons , Wantirna South : Houghton Mifflin , 1991 1991 single work picture book children's y
form y separately published work icon Blue Heelers Tony Morphett , Ysabelle Dean , Howard Griffiths , Ted Roberts , Greg Haddrick , Graeme Koetsveld , Anne Brooksbank , John Upton , Peter A. Kinloch , Tim Gooding , Ray Harding , Everett de Roche , Judith Colquhoun , Patrick Edgeworth , Justin Glockerla , Stephen Measday , Sue Hore , Alan Hopgood , John Lord , Rachel Lewis , John Coulter , Hugh Stuckey , Peter Gawler , David Allen , Cassandra Carter , Michaeley O'Brien , Fred Clarke , Margaret Plumb , John Wood , Leon Saunders , Wal Saunders , Russell Hagg , Ruth Field , Shane Brennan , Max Singer , Michael Winter , David Phillips , John Banas , Jennifer Rowe , David William Boutland , Annie Beach , David Worthington , Peter Dick , Robert Harris , Louise Crane , Chris Phillips , David Marsh , Jenny Lewis , Rick Held , Kathie Armstrong , Emma Honey , Bill Garner , Beverley Evans , Anthony Ellis , Mary McCormick , David Anthony , Carol Williams , Matthew Williams , Paul Davies , Craig Wilkins , Roger Dunn , Mary Graham , Harry Jordan , Geraldine Pilkington , Caroline Stanton , Grace Morris , Piers Hobson , Lyn Ogilvy , Deborah Parsons , Bob Cameron , Brian Bell , Kelly Lefever , Karin Altmann , Coral Drouyn , Jon Stephens , Marieke Hardy , Michael Brindley , Harriet Smith , Jo Merle , Chris Corbett , Tom Hegarty , Abe Pogos , Petra Graf , Anne Melville , Julie O'Brien , Peter Hepworth , Rob George , Jane Allen , Noel Maloney , Michael Voigt , Maureen Sherlock , Alison Nisselle , Elizabeth Coleman , John Ridley , Stuart Page , Jeff Truman , Rohan Trollope , Vicki Madden , Forrest Redlich , Jo Kasch , James Dunbar , Kylie Needham , Samantha Winston , ( dir. Mark Callan et. al. ) ,agent Sydney : Australia : Hal McElroy Southern Star ; Seven Network , 1994-2006 1994 series - publisher film/TV crime y
Wheelie Bins Graeme Parsons , single work short story humour
— Appears in: Bugs and Bliss : A Collection of Contemporary Northern Territory Writing Jabiru : Northern Territory Writers Publishing Group , 1991 1991 (p. 1-6)
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A Remote Area Graeme Parsons , single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Perspective , Dry Season vol. 11 no. 1 1988 1988 (p. 11-13)
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Dripstone Park Graeme Parsons , single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Perspective , Wet Season vol. 18 no. 2 1995 1995 (p. 182-187)
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Dolls Graeme Parsons , single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Perspective , Wet Season vol. 13 no. 2 1990 1990 (p. 50-52)
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Bali Moon Heading for Java Graeme Parsons , single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Perspective , Wet Season vol. 16 no. 2 1993 1993 (p. 63-64)
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In Raintree Park Graeme Parsons , single work short story
— Appears in: Life Beyond the Louvres : A Collection of Contemporary Northern Territory Writing Darwin : Northern Territory Writers Publishing Group , 1989 1989 (p. 49-52)
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A Turn for the Worse Graeme Parsons , single work short story
— Appears in: Extra-Territorial : Stories and Poems from the Northern Territory Literary Awards Darwin : NTU Press , 1996 1996 (p. 97-104)
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A Remote Area Graeme Parsons , single work short story
— Appears in: North of the Ten Commandments : A Collection of Northern Territory Literature Rydalmere : Hodder and Stoughton , 1991 1991 (p. 89-91)
form y separately published work icon Speak to Me Only David William Boutland , ( dir. Graeme Arthur ) ,agent Melbourne : Crawford Productions , 1976 1976 single work film/TV crime y
form y separately published work icon Janus Criminal Justice Alison Nisselle , Cliff Green , Tony McDonald , Deborah Parsons , Deb Cox , Sue Hore , Joanna Murray-Smith , Graham Hartley , Barbara Bishop , Jutta Goetze , Annie Beach , Graeme Koetsveld , Michael Harvey , John Cundill , ( dir. Michael Carson et. al. ) ,agent Melbourne : Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 1994-1995 1994-1995 series - publisher film/TV crime y
form y separately published work icon K9 Shayne Armstrong , S. P. Krause , Tim Pye , Ian McFadyen , Deborah Parsons , Everett de Roche , Graeme Farmer , Dave Warner , Chris Roache , John O'Brien , Anthony Morris , Lindsay James , Jim Noble , Jason Bourque , Bob Baker , Paul Tams , ( dir. David Caesar et. al. ) ,agent Australia : United Kingdom (UK) : Network Ten ; Disney XD , 2009-2010 2009-2010 series - publisher film/TV children's science fiction y
form y separately published work icon Good Guys, Bad Guys Graeme Koetsveld , Mac Gudgeon , Mathew Bate , Everett de Roche , Ray Boseley , Bill Garner , Chris Hawkshaw , Roger Simpson , Tony McDonald , Shane Brennan , Peter Gawler , Chris Middendorp , Deborah Parsons , Elizabeth Coleman , Graham Hartley , Steve Moriarty , Vincent Gil , Neville Brown , Charlie Strachan , Shanti Gudgeon , Peter Hepworth , ( dir. Brendan Maher et. al. ) ,agent Australia : Beyond Simpson Le Mesurier ; Nine Network , 1997-1998 1997 series - publisher film/TV crime y
Running the Easting Down W. Graeme-Holder , single work short story
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 27 March vol. 50 no. 2563 1929 1929 (p. 51,53)
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form y separately published work icon Two Twisted Everett de Roche , Nicholas Parsons , Michael E. Adams , Michael Brown , David Chidlow , M. Pink Christofalo , Tony D'Aquino , Michael Gillett , Peter Ivan , Ian Iveson , Matthew Macknamara , James Robertson , Kelly Schilling , ( dir. Tim Bullock et. al. ) ,agent Australia : Nine Network , 2006 2006 series - publisher film/TV horror fantasy science fiction y
y separately published work icon The Bishop Dreams A.L. Phillips , Australia : Australian Broadcasting Commission , 1937 1937 single work radio play y
John Philip Deane b. 1 Jan 1796 d. 18 Dec 1849

John Philip Deane (1796-1849) is described by Graeme Skinner as a professor of music, violinist, composer, and music retailer and 'one of the most important early colonial musicians in VDL (TAS) and NSW'. Deane and his wife Rosalie (nee Smith) and two eldest children arrived in Hobart-Town in June 1822. Deane was active in music and the theatre in Hobart-Town in the 1820s and 1830s. Graeme Skinner notes that Rosalie Deane 'took over from her husband around 1828 as proprietor of Deane’s Circulating Library (also the Hobart Town Circulating Library) ... [and] was Hobart’s leading general bookseller in the late 1820s and early 1830s, and also a music seller.'

According to Philip Parsons and Victoria Chance in the Concise Companion to Theatre in Australia. Deane was also a theatrical manager and entrepreneur. He 'presented concerts ending with short plays' in the Argyle Rooms in Hobart Town and later he 'opened three nights a week in Hobart Town as the Theatre Royal. His first production was the Bushrangers, which he had commissioned from Henry Melville.' (83)

Deane was jailed for debt in 1835 and in April 1836 the family moved to Sydney. For some of his time in Sydney Deane was the conductor or leader of the orchestra at the Theatre Royal and, subsequently, the Royal Victoria Theatre. He returned briefly to Hobart Town in 1844 but returned to Sydney in 1845. His six sons, four of whom joined him in his 22 September 1838 benefit at the Royal Victoria Theatre, and one daughter were all musicians.

Source: Skinner, Graeme. Austral Harmony : Music and Musicians in Colonial Australia. Web. 24 June 2014; Parsons, Philip with Chance, Victoria (eds). Concise Companion to Theatre in Australia (Paddington: Currency Press, 1997)

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