View from the South
Contributors: Owen Marshall (poetry) and Grahame Sydney (photographs). David Eggleton writes in the New Zealand Listener ”Above all, [Marshall’s] poems are redolent of the South Island – all wild winds and dry hills, sleepy summer afternoons, the shimmer of light on lakes, snow like whitewash on the Alps.”
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