Pete Hay lives in Tasmania and writes of place, islands, environmental activism and environmental thought, as well as poetry and personal essays. Poetry publications include Meeting of Sighs: The Folk Verse of Victoria’s Western District (as editor), The View from the Non-Members’ Bar, Silently On The Tide, Last Days of the Mill (co-authored with the visual artist, Tony Thorne), Girl Reading Lorca and Physick (Shoestring Press, Nottingham, England: 2016). His ‘other’ writing credits include Main Currents in Western Environmental Thought, A Companion to Environmental Thought, Vandiemonian Essays, The Forests (with Matthew Newton) and Forgotten Corners: Essays in Search of an Island's Soul. Last Days of the Mill was shortlisted for the 2013 Tasmanian Book Prize, and won the Peoples’ Choice Award. His website is at Pete Hay Writer
REVIEW OF 'SILENTLY ON THE TIDE'
Margaret Bradstock, 'Famous Reporter 35'
POETRY FROM 'SILENTLY ON THE TIDE'
MORE POETRY BY PETE HAY
INTERVIEWS WITH PETE HAY
Conversations: An interview with Pete Hay and Richard Flanagan (1995)A conversation with Pete and Anna Hay (2003) Island to island: An interview with Pete Hay (2011)
REVIEWS BY PETE HAY
BEACH, Eric: Weeping for Lost Babylon
DE PAOR, Louis: Goban Cre is Cloch/Sentences of Earth and Stone
LAUNCH SPEECHES BY PETE HAY
KNIGHT, Karen: Postcards from the Asylum
MATHISON, Robyn: To Be Eaten By Mice
ROBERTS, Bruce: In the Church of Latter Day Consumers
SANT, Andrew: The Islanders
ESSAYS BY PETE HAY
KIERDRE KESSLER, LAURIE BRINKLOW, PETE HAY
Alyssa Gillespie reviews Pete Hay's essay collection Forgotten Corners: Essays in Search of an Island’s Soul (Otoliths, issue sixty-four)