These links to books, blogs, journals, websites, photography, podcasts relate to, and inform, the Mallee Routes: Photographing the Mallee project:
1000 Words Photography: An online magazine that highlights contemporary art photography with critical articles
Conscientious Photography Magazine
Double Dialogues: refereed journal dealing with the discourse and practice of the arts, encompassing the visual arts, film, multimedia, dance, music, creative writing and theatre.
Square Magazine: magazine dedicated to square format photography
Deb Anderson, Endurance Australian Stories of Drought, CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Victoria, 2014
Richard Broome, Charles Fahey, Andrea Gaynor and Katie Holmes, Mallee Country: Land, People, History, Monash University Publishing, Melbourne 2019
Paul Carter, Ground Truthing: Explorations in a Creative Region, University of Western Australia, Perth, 2010.
Graeme Davison and Marc Brodie, Struggle Country: The Rural Ideal in Twentieth Century Australia, Monash University Press, Clayton 2005
Tony Hughes-d’Aeth, Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt, University of Western Australia Press, 2017.
Charles Massey, Call of the Reed Warbler: A new agriculture – a new earth, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, 2017
Cameron Muir, The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress, Routledge Environmental Series, London, 2014
Emily Potter and Brigid Magner, “Murray-Mallee Imaginaries: Towards a Literary History of the Region”, Journal for the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, Vol 1, No 18 (2018) A PDF of the article is here.
Emily Potter and Brigid Magner, “Expanding Australian Literary History Through Geography: Repression, Recovery, Re-Writing,” Literary Geographies, Vol. 4 No1, 2018
Landscape Stories There is an issue on Australia (No 19, published in 2015) that was curated by Heidi Romano.
Photo 2022 –Melbourne’s international biennale of photography
Mike Ladd, Gone Mallee, The History Listen, ABC
James McArdle, On This Date in Photography
Photobooks — Andrew Wurster
The Antipodean Photobook — Doug Spowart
The Australian & New Zealand Environmental History Network
Marcus Bunyan’s Art Blart
Doug Spowart + Victoria Cooper wotwedid