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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 A Coat of Ashes
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: Recent Work Press , 2019 .
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      Extent: 96p.p.
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      • Published April 2019.

      ISBN: 9780648404231

Works about this Work

Pascalle Burton Reviews Jackson’s A Coat of Ashes Pascalle Burton , 2019 single work review
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 5 December no. 94 2019;

— Review of A Coat of Ashes 'Jackson' , 2019 selected work poetry

'Jackson’s third book, A Coat of Ashes, published by Canberra’s Recent Work Press, is a contemplation about how the discourses of Daoism (or Taoism), physics and systems theory might be fused through the methodology of poetry. The collection springs from her acclaimed PhD project, which was awarded the Edith Cowan University Research Medal, the Arts and Humanities Research Medal, and the Magdalena Prize for Feminist Research. The accompanying prose component of her thesis offers a rich background of selected writers whose work is imbued by physics or Daoism, as well as her creative approaches to this book.' (Introduction)

Pascalle Burton Reviews Jackson’s A Coat of Ashes Pascalle Burton , 2019 single work review
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 5 December no. 94 2019;

— Review of A Coat of Ashes 'Jackson' , 2019 selected work poetry

'Jackson’s third book, A Coat of Ashes, published by Canberra’s Recent Work Press, is a contemplation about how the discourses of Daoism (or Taoism), physics and systems theory might be fused through the methodology of poetry. The collection springs from her acclaimed PhD project, which was awarded the Edith Cowan University Research Medal, the Arts and Humanities Research Medal, and the Magdalena Prize for Feminist Research. The accompanying prose component of her thesis offers a rich background of selected writers whose work is imbued by physics or Daoism, as well as her creative approaches to this book.' (Introduction)

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