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John Charles Blay, born on 5 October 1944, is an Australian writer and naturalist who has written extensively about the Australian bush and its people in drama, prose and poetry. His work unveiling local landscape has had many consequences including, in 1982, discovering a new species of wattle, Acacia blayana, named in his honour.

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by Blay, John, 1944-
Fitzroy, Vic. : Ringwood, Vic. : McPhee Gribble ; Penguin Books, 1984
 
 
by Blay, John, 1944-
Sydney, NSW : NewSouth Publishing, 2015 , ©2015
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by Blay, John, 1944-
Eden, NSW : Canopy Press, 2016 , ©2016
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