Last Days Of The Mill Pete Hay T. Thorne

Author(s): HAY PETE

History

"For seven decades 'The Pulp' constructed the social, economic and environmental circumstances of life on the North-West Coast. In 2011, on the last day of its operation, artist Tony Thorne went on site armed with sketchpad and camera. And writer Pete Hay came to Burnie armed with notepad and recorder, to talk to displaced mill workers. The result is this extraordinary collaboration of dramatic monologues in the vernacular voice of the mill floor and artworks of stark, confronting beauty that vividly capture the dying days of an industrial colossus."--Publisher's blog.

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Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9780987283863
  • : Forty Degrees South
  • : Forty Degrees South
  • : January 2012
  • : 19.00 cmmm X 24.00 cmmm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : HAY PETE
  • : BC
  • : English
  • : Adult
  • : 103