Henry Reynolds is one of Australia's most recognised historians and has appeared on countless radio and television programs over decades. His work has changed the way we see the intertwining of black and white history in Australia. His books with NewSouth include The Other Side of the Frontier (reissue), What's Wrong with Anzac? (as coauthor), Forgotten War, (which won the Victorian Premier's Literary Prize) and most recently Unnecessary Wars. Previously he has published books such as Why Weren't We Told with Allen & Unwin. He taught history at James Cook University for many years but now lives in Tasmania.
No other historian can match Henry Reynolds' impact on Australians' understanding of their frontier history and its troubled inheritance. -Mark McKenna