Marji Hill is an international author and artist. She has published over 70 books and 60 of these have been published by mainstream publishers.
Marji explores themes connected to Australian history like the impact of gold discoveries, the landscape, and black/white relationships. Her mission has been to promote understanding between Australia’s First Nations people and other Australians.
She, collaboratively with the late Alex Barlow, wrote books designed to inform Australians and others around the world about the richness of Australia’s First Nations cultures.
Marji fostered the spirit of Reconciliation in all her work ever since she was a Research Fellow in Education at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) in Canberra where she and Alex produced the seminal work – the critical, annotated bibliography Black Australia.
In 1989 Marji was the Project Co-ordinator and one of the researchers and writers of Australian Aboriginal Culture the official Australian Government publication on Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders.
Marji has now branched out into other niches with a how-to book, and books on self-improvement and art.
Hill, Marji (2021) Inspired By Country: An Artist’s Journey Back To Nature Landscape Painting With Gouache. Broadbeach, Qld, The Prison Tree Press.
Hill, Marji (2020) How Big Is Your Why? Author’s Guide to Time Management and Productivity to Achieve Transformational Results. Broadbeach, Qld, The Prison Tree Press.
Hill, Marji (2014) Staying Young Growing Old. Broadbeach, Qld, The Prison Tree Press.
Hill, Marji (2021) First People Then And Now: Introducing Indigenous Australians. 2nd.ed. Broadbeach, Qld, The Prison Tree Press.
Marji Hill (2021) Australian Aboriginal History: 5 Stories Of Indigenous Heroes. Broadbeach, Qld, The Prison Tree Press.
The complete list of more than 60 books by Marji Hill can be viewed here.