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  • and Canada around the Lincoln residency It s a nice opportunity to read from The Blue Plateau published in the US by Milkweed and from Fire Diary My itinerary s still coming together but I ll be in Iowa with Jim Galvin in Portland Oregon with Barry Lopez in Minneapolis with Greta Gaard and Dan Philippon in Virginia with Laurie Kutchins and some other places including Toronto Ontario Reno Nevada

    Original URL path: http://www.marktredinnick.com.au/index.php/news/more/us_reading_tour_for_the_blue_plateau_and_fire_diary_march_to_april_2011/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Jetty and it did You can read some of them my poem The Jetty among them in Indigo 6 The journal closing down because the WA government couldn t see their way clear to fund it any longer has launched some careers rejuvenated WA and therefore also Australian writing and adorned the literary landscape since 2007 All praise and honour to its editor Donna Ward And thank you I had the privilege of guest editing the creative nonfiction for what turned out to be the final issue John Kinsella chose the poems Cate Kennedy chose the fiction Not a bad crew The final issue of Indigo publishes the winner of the first ever TNC Nature Writing Prize sponsored and conceived by Paula Mclean launched by me and Barry Lopez in Perth last March and supported enthusiastically by Donna and Indigo I judged it with Sally Blakeney this year The prize is worth 5000 to the winner if you missed it this year look out for it next year We had over 150 entries many of them very fine But in the end the winning entry was by a nose the finest of them all The winner and the shortlisted essayists

    Original URL path: http://www.marktredinnick.com.au/index.php/news/more/indigo_sunset/ (2016-05-02)
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  • poet than as an ecocritic the gig takes me back to the doctoral work I did culminating in The Land s Wild Music 2005 on the literature of abnegation and the spiritual and literary practices of belonging If I strike an apocalyptic note in my title I make no apologies My sense is we need to get very real very fast about the end of the wold as we have known it Though poetry makes nothing happen it can still I think make a difference it can model and practise the disciplines of selflessness mindfulness and beauty upon which the future may well depend I want to talk fairly freely rather than reading a paper but I m working up a lyric essay in the style of Bahso s haibun the mixed media prose poetry travlogues including The Narrow Road to the Deep North Oku no Hosomichi which I ll be focusing on This will be my first visit to Taiwan my first to this part of Asia As ever the research is giving rise to ideas that are already seeping into my poems It s been a delight at long last to study Basho closely Recent News Why Write

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  • Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Not Even in Someone Else s Backyard True Story Loneliness and creativity US Reading Tour for The Blue Plateau and Fire Diary March to

    Original URL path: http://www.marktredinnick.com.au/index.php/news/archives/2014/06/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Recent News Why Write A Poet s Guide to Climate Change Margaret River Sestets wins the Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Not Even in Someone Else s Backyard True Story Loneliness and creativity US Reading Tour for The Blue Plateau and Fire Diary March to April 2011

    Original URL path: http://www.marktredinnick.com.au/index.php/news/archives/2012/12/ (2016-05-02)
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  • s Backyard Recent News Why Write A Poet s Guide to Climate Change Margaret River Sestets wins the Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Not Even in Someone Else s Backyard True Story Loneliness and creativity US Reading Tour for The Blue Plateau and Fire Diary March to April 2011 Indigo Sunset Rereading Basho at the End of the Narrow

    Original URL path: http://www.marktredinnick.com.au/index.php/news/archives/2012/10/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Not Even in Someone Else s Backyard True Story Loneliness and creativity US Reading Tour for The Blue Plateau and Fire Diary March to

    Original URL path: http://www.marktredinnick.com.au/index.php/news/archives/2012/07/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Fire Diary March to April 2011 Indigo Sunset Recent News Why Write A Poet s Guide to Climate Change Margaret River Sestets wins the Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Not Even in Someone Else s Backyard True Story Loneliness and creativity US Reading Tour for The Blue Plateau and Fire Diary March to April 2011 Indigo Sunset Rereading Basho

    Original URL path: http://www.marktredinnick.com.au/index.php/news/archives/2011/01/ (2016-05-02)
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