On his road trip around Australia, Henry Rollins’ finds when asking people about what tough means to them the conversation always turns to the environment. It’s no different when he meets bush poet Murray Hartin. While huddled around the campfire with Murray and his mates, Henry hears how the landscape has shaped their definition of tough, and what it is about Murray’s poems that makes the toughest of men cry.
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