About twenty Carnaby’s Black Cockatoos made themselves at home for ten minutes in our garden this warm, mid-autumn morning. I heard their unmistakable raucous calls well before I saw them through the window of my study.
A lone Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo
An eight-month miracle book went to the printer yesterday, accompanied by alternating flurries on my part of anxiety, excitement and relief. Since last August, I’ve been the leader of a narrative research project for the Spirit of the Streets Inc guiding their book, The Spirit of the Streets: Our Stories, to completion.
Cover of the eight-month miracle book.
Ethical printing happens when green technology and environmentally friendly paper coincide. These were among the last things I thought about when I accepted the invitation to help the Spirit of the Streets Choir produce a book to celebrate their tenth anniversary in May this year. Continue reading
Since July last year, I’ve been working part-time on a narrative research project for the Spirit of the Streets Choir in Perth. The work continues, but finally we can see the end. Continue reading