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By: Michael Hutchison

The Mungonana CWA

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The book’s audience will be anyone that appreciates a swiftly moving novella containing Aussie humour and the nuances therein.

Wacky characters abound in this fictional 1920s village, Mungonana and its surrounding districts.

It will appeal to readers who can identify with the characters’ less outrageous behaviour and no doubt, to some who can identify with the outrageous stuff.

Having indigenous content, the story should meet with their approval.

There are numerous fantasy animals in the mix. These will draw in younger adults and intrigue others from the above groups.

The main character is a 6 feet 4 inches, 16 stone blonde lady who is, at the age of 20, the uncompromising and undisputed leader of Mungonana.

She has scant regard for the male sex, however, near the end of the story we find a subtle change has occurred.

It first became apparent at around 8 years of age that the drawing and story I bought home from school depicting a very well endowed bull, if nothing else showed a burgeoning interest in agriculture. I have retained that agricultural interest all my life and I have spent decades working for farmers and pushing a shearing handpiece. Back to the supremely endowed bull. As I recall both the bull and the story scored well at school and caused quite some surprise at home. Since leaving home, I have worked as a storekeeper, a psychiatric nurse and in rural endeavours. During these activities drawing and painting came to the fore. It is only in the last decade that the writing of poetry and stories has pushed its way to the surface. The quality of all the above I leave for others to judge. I know I get great satisfaction and pleasure when entering into any of these activities.

The Mungonana CWA resulted from an imagination given free rein which was then guided back, sometimes unwillingly, into reality every so often.

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