The Country Where I Lived Before

“When Ma went hunting for kangaroos she never stood where the wind blew, otherwise the animal would smell her sweat and so she walked the opposite direction and kept an eye out for danger.” Adapted for “Ma” from “Australian Dreaming: Forty Thousand Years of Aboriginal history.”   compiled and edited by Jennifer Isaacs, New Holland Publishers.  Page 200    

Kaye LindenThe Country Where I Lived Before

Introduction to Ma’s Tales

Introduction to Fifty Tales from Ma’s Watering Hole By Kaye Linden  Introduction Once upon a time, Ma lived in the northwest corner of the continent, in the White Lily Lagoon country on the edge of the Australian wet lands and dry lands. A shamanic doctor by trade, she mentored young apprentices whose bones she had once mended. She journeyed within … Read More

Kaye LindenIntroduction to Ma’s Tales