The New Landscape

A collection of short stories about the idea of home and our sense of place, written by British-born Australian Mark MacLean. More

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Published by Hunter Press
Words: 24,360
Language: English
ISBN: 9780980737721
About Mark MacLean

Born in Cumbria, UK, Mark MacLean has lived in Australia (Alice Springs, Newcastle and Lightning Ridge) for more than half his life. With family on both sides of the world, Mark is endlessly drawn to the subject of identity and the idea of home.

Mark has been published in newspapers and magazines. His book "A Year Down the Drain: Walking in Styx Creek January to December" (also published by The Hunter Press) topped the independent bookseller charts in December 2011. His memoir "Five Boxes" won the Zeferelli's People's category in the 2016 Lakeland Book of the Year awards.

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