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William "Bill" Direen's new poetry diary, Seasons, spans a year on a strath an hour’s drive from Dunedin.

It is written with a sharp eye for landscape, and a musician’s ear for the sounds of the Strath region, as it changes dramatically from drought to flood to extreme frosts and snow-bound winter.

Begun in 2013, after Direen returned to New Zealand from France, the poem is in three parts. It runs from autumn to autumn, blending description with personal micronarrative.

An extract in-progress appeared in the NZ magazine Landfall in 2016.