Death and the Motorway
Here in bathetic Fairy Meadow the old Pacific Highway cuts through the shops like broken beer bottle glass slices a foot - straight but dirty. The suburb's gossamer is unzipped by the railway line. A long-awaited collection from the much admired editor of the four W anthologies, Death and the Motorway traverses intimate and intellectual ground here and abroad with surety and insight.
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