The life and times of two lesbian grannies.
Watch this space for ADELAIDE DAYS (COLLECTED) out later this year!
Episodes 11-20 http://margaretmerrilees.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/adelaide-days-11-20.mp3
Episodes 21-25 http://margaretmerrilees.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/adelaide-days-21-25.mp3
Episodes 26-30 http://margaretmerrilees.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/adelaide-days-26-30.mp3
Mag, I love it!! I can’t read the earlier episodes so I’ll just have to wait until it comes out in print. I’m dying to read about when they come bushwalking in Tasmania!!!
I love the latest 2 about Christmas and buying mobile phones. You have it exactly right Mag with how easy it is to sign up to a ridiculous plan and how they rave about the camera. You capture the essence of life’s dilemmas so asutely.
I was at the SAWC today and heard you speak of your journey to publishing. In it you spoke of your on-line ‘serial’. This is what I did not know I wanted to do but find I do want to do for my own displaced characters in the ‘speculative fiction’ (fantasy) novel I have been writing. Thank you for your inspiration. I love it!
Ah, Mag, I look forward to sitting at your Knee for the next episode – so deliciously you! And Nicky – I see a new musical career opening up for you!
Inspired by your freezer! xx
Wow, another lovely story and audio. Thanks Mag
lovely to hear your voice Mag as well as your wonderful written words ! xx
And beautiful music by Nicky Page! xx
Yes voice & music both lovely!
Hi Mag, we’ve just started our journey through Adelaide Days, up to ep.4! Great fun, love from Lesley and Susan.
Good on you xx
My apologies – she is not Julia, she is Tara. I am really looking forward to her contribution to the plot. I love this story, pasrticularly the sparse language and the maintained relentless ironic tone.
Mag, I think it’s great, and very funny. Keep it coming! Just what the doctor ordered.
This is a hugely entertaining. lovingly constructed text that demands attention to the past and the future. I’m with James. May there be a resolution of his confusion. Until then, let the humour flow.
It’s got me! Can’t wait for the next exciting episode! XX Jo
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