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Australia's centre and north are a world apart from its big coastal cities. Here one finds unique natural wonders, visionary art, original thinkers and, sometimes, distilled despair and death.
In Journeys to the Interior , Nicholas Rothwell travels deep into the northern realm, combining the storytelling flair and persistence of a journalist with the imagination of an artist. Following on from the acclaimed Another Country , this book contains haunting and perceptive portraits, of, among others, Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, Ian Fairweather, Noel Pearson and Galarrwuy Yunupingu.
There are explorations of the natural world - of pythons, desert oaks and magpie geese. And there are wonderful introductions to the art and artists that bring the northern landscape to life and transform it, whether through painting, dance or photography.
About the Author
Nicolas Rothwell is the award-winning author of Wings of the Kite-Hawk, The Red Highway and Another Country . He is the northern correspondent for The Australian.
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