NATURE WRITING by Vincent Serventy, in 'The Australian Author', Vol 2, No 4,

By: Barrie Ovenden, editor

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The Australian Society of Authors, Sydney, 1970. Stapled magazine, 8¼" x 5½", with card covers. Professional magazine in VERY GOOD condition. Famed Australian nature writer, Vincent Serventy, reflects on landscape as a whole, and Australia's unique plants and animals. Australian.Author', Vol 2, No 1, John K Ewers, William Dick, Wilda Moxham, Ernest Koczkar and others. Elizabeth Riddell salutes George Johnston who had recently died.

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