A Place on Earth: An Anthology of Nature Writing from Australia and North America
UNSW Press, 2003 - American essays - 268 pages
This compelling anthology of nature writing brings together the work of several of Australia and North America's best known writers of this and other genres for the first time - Tim Winton, Charmian Clift, Barbara Blackman, Patrice Newell, Terry Tempest Williams and Barry Lopez all write about their "places" and what they mean to them.
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Writing about nature is in no way a new phenomena, although as the editor of this book, Mark Tredinnick, suggests, it is probably more common in America than here in Australia. In this collection of ... Read full review
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