“A coat of ashes” reviewed in Cordite

Book cover, 'A coat of Ashes' by JacksonPascalle Burton has written an enlightening and insightful review of my book A coat of ashes.

[Jackson’s] wager is that poetry, as mediator of spirituality and science, could provide deeper understanding about existing in a world of ecological and postcolonial turmoil. It seems to have paid off in this striking volume of work.

Order A coat of ashes from Recent Work Press.

“lemon oil” reviewed in Cordite

My second full-length poetry book lemon oil> was reviewed in Cordite by R A Briggs.

The narrative voice in Jackson’s “lemon oil” speaks with humour, verve and curiosity, inviting the reader into a conversation about sex, identity politics, industrialism, environmentalism and what to do in Melbourne.

Read the review