Jack Hibberd was a leading figure in the “New Wave" of Australian theater during the 1960s, and is the author of several plays, including Three Old Friends (1967), Dimboola (1969), and A Stretch of the Imagination (1972), as well as adaptations of Gogol, Brecht, and de Maupassant. He has also written three novels, Memoirs of an Old Bastard (1989), The Life of Riley (1990), and Perdita (1992). A physician, Hibberd works in his medical practice and continues to write.
"A conversation with Jack Hibberd,"
Antipodes: Vol. 9
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/antipodes/vol9/iss2/7