From Sydney's Bondi Beach, to a magic mountain
in New Zealand, an unlikely father and daughter team of sand-sculptors embark on a crazy
adventure which explores the transient nature of art and life, to discover that dreams are
Sax and Sarah were standing beside a pool of water
at a pedestrian crossing and a car cut the corner too closely, spraying them lightly with
water. They burst into laughter from the shock.
see that?" Sax exclaimed. "That car just sprayed us with water!" Sarah was
moving away as her father spoke. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw a bus approaching.
Sax brushed the water off his clothes. "I can't
believe that," he said, unable to let go of his surprise.
The next moment the bus cut even closer, and a big
splash of water drenched him, while Sarah managed to jump out of the way.
He looked at her, the water dripping off him, and
she grinned. "Do you believe it now?" she asked.
Born in 1954, Alan Clay grew up in Auckland, New Zealand. He
studied clown in Sweden in 1977 and has taught and performed extensively in Europe,
Australia and New Zealand. For the past ten years Alan has lived in Sydney, where he runs
Playspace Studio, Sydneys Physical Theatre Studio. Believers in Love is
Alan's third novel. His second Dance
Sisters was published in 1997 and his first Moontan was published in 1994.
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