Hi to readers of Cielo old and new! As promised, while I work on bigger things, once every week or so I'm going to write a new story. For the fun of it, for a love of imagination. I hope you enjoy... Juggling Feathers by Matt Zurbo If I could I’d juggle … Continue reading Bonus 1: Juggling Feathers
Thank you! It’s been a great journey. My bush work takes us all over Australia. The stories for Cielo have been written on lunch breaks, hours into cutting through barbed vines, as our team pushed up, into the gorges and mountains of tropical Far North Queensland. Once even while listening to a pack of dingos … Continue reading Thank you.
Grow by Matt Zurbo For my wife and child xo If I could, I’d give you the moon. I’d tuck it in your pocket, for when you need it most. So that if you hear an owl hooting, you’ll know why. If I could I’d give you the sky, its freedom, its moods, imagination, every … Continue reading Day 365: Grow
Cogs and Lace by Matt Zurbo Chapter 1 The nursing home smelt like floor polish and window cleaner. There were no budgies, no cats. “Old people need cats,” Cielo thought. It didn’t feel right, visiting Nan here. “Child…!” Nan beamed in her wonky voice. She was old and bedridden, and couldn’t greet anyone … Continue reading Day 364: Cogs and Lace