Ron Davidson was born into a Perth newspaper family and served his time as a journalist. He failed first-year English at the University of Western Australia three times before giving up and taking a psychology degree. Ron lectured in psychology for twenty years and published academic papers before rediscovering the family knack for storytelling. Meanwhile Ron was having a love affair with Fremantle during his thirty years in a heritage house there. He accumulated stories, characters and places, and the result, Fremantle Impressions, has been hailed as a new way of writing about cities. Western Australian Premier’s Book Award (Shortlisted 1987, 2001)
Davidson, Ron 1994, High Jinks at the Hot Pool: The Mirror Reflects the Life of a City, FACP.
Davidson, Ron 2007, Fremantle Impressions, FACP.
Davidson, Ron & Dianne Davidson 2010, Fighting for Fremantle: The Fremantle Society Story, Fremantle Society.
Ellement, Connie & Ron Davidson 1987, The Divided Kingdom, FACP.
Davidson, Ron 2001, 'Fremantle snapshots', Fremantle Studies, 2: 65-76.
Davidson, Ron 2010, 'The Galati family: 50 years of Fremantle heritage', Fremantle Studies, 6: 88-92.
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