Garbage Music: a Story About Listening, Understanding, and Things Beyond Words. Also, Australia.
A short story, about 5000 words.
Young Jacinta Jaara likes to sit by the old landfill mine and listen to the music ancient Neyerneyemeet plays. The music speaks of her of the old days, when the people of Australia were divided, before the war that changed everything. Soon, Jacinta’s curiosity will lead her to an even more profound change, a change of growth, learning, and understanding.
And there’s the blurb. You can preview the first thirty percent and decide if you’d like to shell out a paltry 99 cents for the whole thing on Smashwords — and I hope you’ll look. If you don’t look, how can I persuade you that you want to see the rest of the story? 🙂
Posted on October 18, 2014, in Things I've Written and tagged Australia, ebook, family, First Peoples, garbage, Indigenous, Learning, music, post-apocalyptic, science fiction, Short story, understanding, war. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.