Jane Rawson writes fiction and non-fiction, mostly about the environment, animals and things that trouble her. Her most recent novel is From the Wreck; she is also the author of The Handbook: Surviving and Living with Climate Change. She lives in Tasmania’s Huon Valley and works for a conservation organisation.
One short mile from land
FictionHE FELT IT first when the horses shifted and cried. They had been muttering among themselves all day, but this was different, a note of panic in it. The horses aren’t yours to care about, George, he reminded himself....
Nothing more to say
GR OnlineInaction on climate change is not because we do not know what’s going on. It’s not because we’re waiting for someone to write just the right essay about why we should care. It’s not because we want to die in a fire.