Mark Mordue is an Australian essayist, editor and poet. He is the author of the travel book Dastgah: Diary of a Headtrip, Hawthorne Books, Portland, USA, 2004. His favourite Western is High Plains Drifter (1973).
An Australian photography festival highlights the relevance of photojournalism at a time when the medium is in crisis
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