Kristen Lang moved from Melbourne to regional Tasmania as a child. She now lives in mountainous country in north-west Tasmania. In her writing, closeness and connection combine with a beyond-human view that celebrates ecological continuity. Her collection of poems and photographs Let me show you a ripple was self-published in 2008. In 2017, her poetry books SkinNotes and The Weight of Light were published by Walleah Press and Five Islands Press. The latter was longlisted for the 2019 Margaret Scott Award.
This August we celebrate the launch of Jane Gibian’s Beneath the Tree Line and mark poetry month with a special bundle offer on collections by Shevaun Cooley, Jane Gibian, Kristen Lang and Kate Middleton. Attuned to their immediate surroundings as well as global ecological concerns, these poets consider natural and man-made environments and our relationships […]
112 pages Paperback, 21 x 14.8 cm Published March 2021 ISBN 9781925818673
Immersed in wilderness landscapes, Earth Dwellers sets the delicacy of life forms against time scales that go back millions of years. These are deep-breath poems, full of touch and awareness, committed to the ecologies that envelop us.