Bulls Roar – coupe 735-510-0028 (Tambo)
Text by Louise Crisp | photograph by Lisa Roberts
Preventing the future
The new face of the forest turns west defying the sun along two kilometres
of Rain Gauge Creek: damp & cool behind the wall of old trees guarding
the green-lit ferny shade until the next drought borne inferno rushes down
across the far-felled flattened lands of Bull’s Roar coupe to vaporise a grove
’s latest collection is Glide published by Puncher and Wattman (2021). A previous collection Yuiquimbiang (Cordite Books 2019) was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards and highly commended in the Wesley Michel Wright Poetry Prize. Her work focuses on specific regional environments of south-eastern Australia and experiments with the formal possibilities of integrating poetics and environmental activism. Crisp lives in East Gippsland on the unceded lands of the Gunaikurnai nation.
is a photographer who chases bats, blossom, disappearing trees and epic landscapes. She lives and works in Gippsland on unceded Gunnai Kurnai Country. Her current project is The future is a big sky. A survey of old forests scheduled for logging and burning. Her recent exhibition was Flying Foxes and Disappearing Trees at East Gippsland Art Gallery.