FNQ: Hello, Humidity

In a few hours I’ll be heading into the state’s north to teach short story workshops in Townsville and Cairns … and to have my hair turn into a giant frizz ball. Something like this …

But it’s okay, I’m looking forward to doing these workshops. In fact this is the start of a lot of teachg – next Monday I start the Online Science Fiction Short Story course for AWM, then Thursday is session one of my Short Story Clinic at QWC.

So I will be keeping myself amused … and, also, you know, writing.

 

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4 Responses to FNQ: Hello, Humidity

  1. Flinthart says:

    Oh, you mad thing.

    I haven’t been back to that part of the world in… a good many years now. I can’t say I miss it very much. The FNQ in which I grew up has long since been mown down, subdivided, sold off to various overseas corporations and redeveloped for tourism. All that remains is the heat, the humidity, the mosquitoes, and the jellyfish.

  2. Angela says:

    Cairns is *very* developed. My memories of the area are clouds sitting on top of hills and that was still very much in evidence. As was the rain …

  3. I was born in remote North Australia, been heading south ever since. 🙂