The Communications Industry (1984). During a hot flush of feminism this was written for the non-sexist group ‘Sugar and Snails’ for their series ‘On the Job’ – books for secondary school students outlining conditions of work in various jobs.
Phillip Adams : a reference guide to his life and work (1986). This book was awarded the Borchardt Prize from RMIT University for the ‘best paper in the field of Australian bibliography’.
‘The Puckles of Moonee Ponds’ (1994) published in the Victorian Historical Journal. This article traces the journey of the Reverend Edward Puckle and his family from the UK in 1850 to New Zealand eventually settling in 1854 in Victoria in the Melbourne suburb of Moonee Ponds. The Reverend Edward was the twin brother of Frederick Puckle’s father, George.
‘University reference librarians using the Internet : a survey’ (1995). An article published in Australian Academic and Research Libraries.
‘A Victorian Eccentric’ (2010). An article published in the September edition of The Genealogist.
‘Follow up those clues!’ published in ‘The Genealogist Family History Magazine’ December 2016.