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Go to the pine

‘Above all, Haiku practises a fierce and tender attention to the natural world and the place of the human heart and mind within it. “If you would learn the pine, go to the pine,” Basho wrote somewhere’. – Mark Tredinnick

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Review – A Place on Earth

As I take my first steps into trying to understand the place of place writing in Australia I find there is a lot of discussion out there about what constitutes this relatively new genre in Australian literature. Although the tradition … Continue reading

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