In this collection of poems Ten Fabled Landscapes Diana explores the changing nature of place from a range of perspectives. From the familiar, such as Orange’s Cook Park begonia house, to the wild – a Blue Mountains cliff face and the sandy surrounds of Lake Mungo – their distinctive elements are examined.
The book has also proved to be a personal experiment for Diana as she interfaced almost every poem with black and white images. Some of them were part of the original inspiration for the writing of the poem next to it.
Come and join us to celebrate with Diana to launch her wonderful book of poetry and photographs on Thursday 2 December at 5.30pm – 7pm. Please book your place online or call us on 6393 8132.