Mark Tredinnick

Mark Tredinnick is an award-winning poet and essayist who talks, writes and teaches widely on writing, landscape, justice and ecology. A major recent publication is The Blue Plateau which he describes as a landscape memoir. For over a decade Mark has run writing programs at the University of Sydney and at writers’ centres in Australia and the United States. Mark holds a doctorate in literature and ecology, and in 2003 he co-founded ASLE-ANZ (the Association for the Study of Literature & Environment–ANZ).

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