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Michael Dugan (1947 – 16 March, 2006) was an Australian poet, children's writer, and editor. In 1968, he first published his own small poetry magazine Launch: Salt-Lick 4, Crosscurrents Magazine, from the Melbourne suburb of Canterbury. Dugan also created the King Hippo Poetry Band who performed folk-rock versions of well-known poems. With Phillip Edmonds and Robert Kenny, he was involved in the development of Contempa Publications.
Total Books: 87
In the 1970s, he worked as a consultant to the publisher Jacaranda Press, and was the editor of The Australian Library News Furthermore, Dugan co-founded and edited Bookmark.
In the 1980's, he was a consultant and an editor for the Australian Institute of Multicultural Affairs.
He worked as poetry editor of Overland magazine for many years. He also served as vice-president of the Victorian Fellowship of Australian Writers.
Besides children's books, Dugan has also written plays and scripts for radio.