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'How do Australian nature writers feel about haiku, the one poetic form that concerns itself primarily with nature? The 209 Watermark Literary Muster - essentially a conference of leading nature writers, including academics, conservationists, novelists and poets - offers an opportunity to find out. The theme of the 2009 muster was The Nature and Place of Wood, which speakers generally interpreted as Trees.' (p. 51)

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    y separately published work icon Island no. 120 Autumn 2010 Z1687395 2010 periodical issue 2010 pg. 51-55
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