SONG OF THE
Edited by Colin Gibson, Illustrated
by Lloyd Jones, 2015.
In 1989, bushwalking
researcher Col Gibson compiled “Sing With The Wind” (Envirobook), an
anthology of poetry and light verse on bushwalking themes taken from
club magazines, manuscripts and personal sources dating from as far back
as the early 20th century. Here, then, is its long awaited
sequel. “Song Of The Wild” contains verse by some of the writers who
appeared in the first book, including Dorothy Lawry, Marie Byles, and
Roy Davies (to whom the book is dedicated), with many more recent
contributors as well. The book includes an introduction giving
interesting background information on some of the earlier pieces. One
for connoisseurs of the poetic side of bushwalking literature. 175
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LEAVES FROM AN AUSTRALIAN FOREST
series of poems by forest activist Ron Fletcher detailing his experience as a
protester and tree sitter in the South-East Forests of New South
Wales in the late
1980's. This is a book for all who love the forests and don't want to
see them destroyed by the impacts of logging and clear-felling.
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Poems by Col Gibson on bushwalking themes, published in 2000 with sketches by
Lloyd Jones. Col's lines tell of his experiences in the wilderness
of the Blue Mountains of New South Wales and tropical north
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