'Aquamorphia: Falling for Water is a mythological, psychological and elemental poetic history of water in three deeply entrancing parts.
Each section of this exciting and tumultuous water narrative takes the reader for a ride on different streams of intoxicating, daring and at times playful water worlds.
From ancient Greek creation myths to the Australian beach, Aquamorphia moves symphonically, praising the maternal and generative qualities of fluidity since the Big Bang, or splitting of the Cosmic Egg. The verse is afloat with metaphors that flesh out the minutiae of the aquatic landscapes that sustain life.' (Publisher's summary)