Poetry. NAB comprises a trilogy of long poems reflective of the poet's interest in how the human form is situated in relation to land and environment. Here Tarlo employs an experimental poetic style to voice and engage her environmental concerns, as well as to provide a written forum for an individual's ever-evolving experience of the landscape. The result is a compelling piece of meditative wanderings, abstract textual formations and truly arresting poetry. "These three poems - Brancepeth Beck, Coast, Nab - are alive with airsounds, suncloud, and windlight. . . . [Tarlo] walks within the seasons' insistences, celebrating the interlinkings between human, as-well-as-human and local/wider open place" -- Maggie O'Sullivan.