Renowned novelist and creative non-fiction writer, Robert Drewe, teams up with internationally acclaimed poet, John Kinsella, to explore a common geography in poetry and prose. Sand is quintessentially Australian. It is a property from which many of our stories, assumptions and geographical reckonings are drawn. For Drewe and Kinsella, it evokes the memories - both personal and cultural - that inspire the writing in this book.
"In memoir, stories and poems, Drewe and Kinsella celebrate the all-pervasive Western Australian geological element of sand ..."
Includes bibliographical references.
Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at the publisher's homepage: http://www.fremantlepress.com.au and http://www.ebooks.com.
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