PETE HAY'S POETRY COLLECTION 'SILENTLY ON THE TIDE' 
Pete Hay lives in Tasmania and writes of place, islands, environmental activism and environmental thought, as well as poetry and personal essays. Poetry publications include Meeting of Sighs: The Folk Verse of Victoria’s Western District (as editor), The View from the Non-Members’ Bar, Silently On The Tide, Last Days of the Mill (co-authored with the visual artist, Tony Thorne), and Girl Reading Lorca. His ‘other’ writing credits include Main Currents in Western Environmental Thought, A Companion to Environmental Thought, Vandiemonian Essays, The Forests (with Matthew Newton). Last Days of the Mill was shortlisted for the 2013 Tasmanian Book Prize, and won the Peoples’ Choice Award.
To read poetry by Pete Hay, interviews with Pete Hay and a review of his 'Silently on the Tide', please VISIT HERE.
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