The Hills are Alive



If you have eight spare minutes and are interested in nature, African cultures, life, emergent mysteries, and what we learn from the world around us, listen to this audio journal I recorded in Uganda.

The Hills are Alive
Greg Taylor

The flute you’ll hear in the introduction is a homemade pipe with holes, played by a cattle herder in Eastern Uganda, picked up on tape one day while I walked in a village.

The book I refer to in the audio, The Soul of the White Ant, by Eugène N. Marais, is fascinating and was research for my novel, High Places.

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