A lyrical Noh play in English about writer Katherine Mansfield (KM). KM was born in New Zealand, left at 19 and never returned. In this play, her father visits the Gurdjieff community in Fontainebleau, where KM died. He meets the ghost of his daughter in a cowshed, and both achieve peace. Japanese Noh plays are slow, stylized and ceremonial, with simple plots about spiritual redemption.
Rachel McAlpine lives in New Zealand and has been telling stories all her life. Consequently she's the author of more than 30 books and shows no sign of stopping. Watch for more poetry, novels and non-fiction from Rachel soon on Smashwords.