Next week, Vision Australia Radio gives us another chance to listen to a favourite Cover To Cover program from its recent archives. A reading of one of my short stories is included. Broadcast times are Friday 7 June at 8:00 pm, repeated 1:30 pm on Sunday 9 June.
This post was edited to correct the date of the Sunday repeat broadcast from 2 to 9 June.
They’d been playing for most of the afternoon, despite the cold, but as soon as the light began to fade, their mothers began summoning them inside. Time for dinner. See you tomorrows were called with cheer as one by one they left the square, until eventually it was just Martin remaining. He watched the sky swell grand and purple, felt the cold turn piercing, and then made his way out of the square, back to the street, urban branches closing and tugging at his coat on the way. He emerged on the wrong side. The layout was strange and entrancing at this hour, and all roads lead home eventually, he’d been told, by someone at some time. And so he walked, passing long terraces of quiet houses, then he turned right because that felt right, then left because that felt right too.
I just arrived back from Writers’ Week 2019 in Adelaide (ADLWW). While I haven’t written anything (yet) about the trip myself (though there was plenty to write about), fellow Elwood Writer Jennifer and guest contributor Tony Thomas posted despatches from Adelaide at the Elwood Writers website, and their posts are shared below: