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Dahl Trust

News from the Editor's Desk - October 2016

Friday, 23 September 2016

News from the Editor's Desk in the October issue of Australian Book Review.

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Published in October 2016, no. 385

In 2015, ABR published Ashley Hay's Dahl Trust Fellowship essay, titled 'The Forest at the Edge of Time', that examines ‘what our mongrel trees tell us about our past, the present, and the future’. The essay was the main feature in our October 2015 Environment issue. The ABR Podcast is available from iTunes and SoundCloud. You can also listen to episodes on our website.

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Published in The ABR Podcast

'Seeing the wood for the trees' by Danielle Clode

Danielle Clode
Saturday, 01 November 2014

Many years ago, after working for a while in Europe, we returned to Australia via America. We picked up a car in Atlanta and drove through sprawling cities, alarming slums, and abandoned downtowns. Across Mississippi and the broad, reassuring openness of Texas, to Arizona and the Grand Canyon, we passed through the alien electrics of Las Vegas, down into Death Valley, and up over the Sierra Nevada to the west coast and San Francisco.

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Published in November 2014, no. 366