Publication Date: July 15, 2015
Binding: Kobo eBook
This is a medicine bottle book for the senses. It tells the stories of of men on the land and the struggles they deal with on a daily basis; drought, financial hardship, depression, family issues, sexuality, grief, isolation and loss. It is also a book about resilience in a time of never ending economic, social and technological change, giving hope to a better future that might emerge from under ‘that great bell curved hill of possibility’. Informed by living on the land, the death of a child, and rigorous place based research and analysis, Coming Home to Re-member is a 'must read' for anyone with a connection to place, family and the land and all that it stirs up and quietens down in the depths of the human heart.