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Opercula

Literary Work (Novel, Novella, Short Story/Stories, Poem(s))


Type Of Work


  • Literary Work (Novel,Novella, Short Story/Stories, Poem(s))

Abstract


  • I was born in India, but two years later my family were in Australia, part of the flotsam and jetsam of Empire washed up in a country no-one knew anything about. For the last thirty years I have lived close to saltwater Country on the Illawarra coast of New South Wales, where I can daily and nightly walk the tideline. At my favourite and secret local beach I watch the energy dissipate from waves born in ocean storms hundreds of kilometres away, and those waves, like Empire, wash all kinds of things ashore.

Publication Date


  • 2018

Citation


  • Adams, M. (2018). Opercula. InC. Muir (Ed.) University of Sydney: Everyday Futures. https://everydayfutures.com.au/project/opercula/

Type


  • Web-based

Url


  • https://everydayfutures.com.au/project/opercula/

Place Of Publication


  • University of Sydney

Type Of Work


  • Literary Work (Novel,Novella, Short Story/Stories, Poem(s))

Abstract


  • I was born in India, but two years later my family were in Australia, part of the flotsam and jetsam of Empire washed up in a country no-one knew anything about. For the last thirty years I have lived close to saltwater Country on the Illawarra coast of New South Wales, where I can daily and nightly walk the tideline. At my favourite and secret local beach I watch the energy dissipate from waves born in ocean storms hundreds of kilometres away, and those waves, like Empire, wash all kinds of things ashore.

Publication Date


  • 2018

Citation


  • Adams, M. (2018). Opercula. InC. Muir (Ed.) University of Sydney: Everyday Futures. https://everydayfutures.com.au/project/opercula/

Type


  • Web-based

Url


  • https://everydayfutures.com.au/project/opercula/

Place Of Publication


  • University of Sydney