Accessibility Tools

  • Content scaling 100%
  • Font size 100%
  • Line height 100%
  • Letter spacing 100%

Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller, who originally trained as a scientist, is a Canberra-based writer and public servant.

Geoffrey Miller reviews ‘In Hollow Lands’ by Sophie Masson

February 2006, no. 278 01 February 2006
The forest of Broceliande is a place of magic and mystery. Legend has it that Arthur and his knights roamed the forest and had many of their adventures there, and that deep within the remnant of the forest Merlin still sleeps his enchanted sleep, for the Arthurian tales are as much Breton as British. The forest also holds relics and places of worship of the pre-Christian peoples of this north-west ... (read more)