Twelve Australian authors ranging from Elizabeth Jolley to Mudrooroo Narogin write about a part of the country that holds a special meaning for them. The pieces were commissioned by the poet and novelist Roger McDonald who asked each contributor to walk through their chosen piece of country.
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In a Working Forest
The Bush the Bay
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