Moira McKinnon

Moira
McKinnon

Dr Moira McKinnon graduated in medicine from the University of Western Australia and travelled widely as a specialist in population health. She sees a loss for modern society in the casting away of the knowledge of indigenous cultures and believes understanding the relationship that indigenous people had with the land is an important part of the future of wellbeing of the environment and humankind. Cicada is Moira’s first novel.

She currently lives in Canberra with her husband and two children.

Dr Moira McKinnon graduated in medicine from the University of Western Australia and travelled widely as a specialist in population health. She sees a loss for modern society in the casting away of the knowledge of indigenous cultures and believes understanding the relationship that indigenous people had with the land is an important part of the future of wellbeing of the environment and humankind. Cicada is Moira’s first novel.

She currently lives in Canberra with her husband and two children.

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