Interview with
Frank Moorhouse

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  • Published 20120605
  • ISBN: 9781921922534
  • Extent: 264 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

Do you force yourself to go on these expeditions to the bush or is it just something that you enjoy?

Some years ago, I realised I needed a recreation, to break away from the life of words. I’d learned about the bush growing up through Scouts with my parents and both my brothers and from my time in the army and so I knew a lot of things already and thought I’d build on that. I thought I’d make this going into the bush a way of relaxing and getting away.

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Laura Middlebrook

Laura Middlebrook is currently the People and Technology Coordinator at HarperCollins Publishers.

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