Stephen used to live on the east coast of Australia, but now lives in Southern Europe. He works in publishing and his writing has been published often, under other names. He regularly writes about dogs. For many years he worked as an accountant and lived in northern Australia. He likes the wide-open spaces. He also has too many dogs living in his house.
Galicia is a fascinating part of Green Spain, the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula. The region sits in the northwestern-most part of the country, surrounded on two sides by the sea, and on a third by Portugal.
This second anthology is based on an annual competition for prose and poetry, written in English, about Galicia.
Galicia is a fascinating part of Green Spain, the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula, and sits in the north western most part, surrounded on two sides by the sea and on a third by Portugal. This short anthology contains writings about Galicia, including several pieces about the Ribeira Sacra, the Sacred Riverbank. Included are stories and articles about its people and its landscape.
Family or a friend, that is who it usually is. James ponders this when, after over thirty years, the remains of his sister, Maria, are found nearly half way across Australia from where she disappeared while on her way home from school.As he seeks answers James discovers the different memories people have of that time long ago and of a young woman standing on the edge of adulthood . . .