Eric Roe Dayton, Ohio, 1988 I’d been trained to find evil in the most innocuous-seeming detail. When it came to music, nothing non-Christian was ever innocent.
Jeff Dowsing Inverloch, Victoria 1978 An abiding childhood memory is of sitting at the kitchen bench in a holiday house at Inverloch, munching Coco Pops as Mull of Kintyre played on the radio.
Brian Nankervis 8.55am. Driving to school, Elsternwick. July 2003. After the first verse Rosie remembers my story about being tied to a goal post at State School and asks me to tell it again.
Ian Carpenter Ferguson St, Williamstown 1962 At home the Oklahoma soundtrack would not get a look in as the battle to control the family radiogramme had begun.
Fiction by Stephen Kimber A country town, outside a dance, night. Out of pure ignorance I'd done something right. She smiled at me.