Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

In these mesmerizing weather systems of the autumnal West Coast it is entirely possible with the encroaching sky and dropping mist, and rising wind (a far away over there, a faint, a faint, a faraway over there…SB) to feel one is living on an island, when in fact one is inhabiting an urban spot with millions of folk and coffee beans being ground uberalles.

I wish someone would realize that 24 hour swimming pools are an unrealized necessity of urban life.

I know a man who has realized this and dips each early early early morning into the ocean.

Not I.

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