Ben Eltham reviews 'As the River Runs' by Stephen Scourfield

Ben Eltham reviews 'As the River Runs' by Stephen Scourfield

As the River Runs

by Stephen Scourfield

UWA Publishing, $26.95 pb, 319 pp, 9781742584904

Stephen Scourfield’s As the River Runs is set in the Kimberley of contemporary Western Australia. A loose sequel to the award-winning Other Country (2009), As The River Runs retains Scourfield’s focus on the scenery and characters of the Western Australian outback, but moves the action forward twenty years to the present day.

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Ben Eltham

Ben Eltham

Ben Eltham is New Matilda’s National Affairs Correspondent. Photograph: Dan Murphy

Published in April 2013 no. 350

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