Rebecca Giggs writes about ecology and environmental imagination, animals, landscape, politics and memory. Her essays and reviews have appeared in Aeon, Overland, Meanjin, Australian Book Review and the Guardian, while her fiction has been widely published and anthologised in collections including Best Australian Stories 2011 and The Best of the Lifted Brow (2013). Her first non-fiction book will be published by Scribe in 2014.
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The Sea Inside
by Philip Hoare
Published June, 2013
Digging a Hole in the Ocean: The Sea Inside by Philip Hoare
The Sea Inside plays with associative knowledge and pattern recognition, giving it a sometimes surreal quality as it leaps between informational clusters. Chronicled within its pages are scientists, docents, authors, bohemians, monks and adventurers, notable Indigenous figures, warriors and mystics.
Oct. 2013 • Non-fiction