I have extensively researched the subject of boomerangs. I`ve written about boomerangs for newspapers and magazines and encyclopedias, and I published a small press book, >Bout Boomerangs: America`s Silent Sport, in 1996. I`ve been interviewed by several radio and television shows, as well, and have spoken on the topic at libraries, schools and civic groups.
>Bout Boomerangs: America's Silent Sport, a small press book published by PlantSpeak Publications
Women's Sport + Fitness
International Women and Sport (MacMillan and Gale)
Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives
Over the Back Fence Magazine
BA in psychology, Bowling Green State University
Australia's national boomerang coach called >Bout Boomerangs "nearly perfect."
First, ensure that what you have is, in fact, a boomerang -- and not just a v-shaped piece of wood. A genuine returning boomerang must have an air foil along the interior edge; run your finger along that