Showing posts from June, 2010

which welsh goddess are you?

we've got to zip to do what needed to be done lost our way? toughen it up lurching ... towards a price on reprosecuting there are steps we can take everything's on the table the doors are open the truce is called true to my roots it's a good day for red heads (forecast - possible showers)

bargain! 21% off till end June

If you don't already have a copy of Dark Bright Doors , just to let you know that Wakefield Press is offering all books at 21% discount (to celebrate 21 years) until the end of the financial year. There are other good books on offer as well. The discount will appear automatically when you add titles to your shopping cart. Just saying ...

jones talking

When I was in Sydney, time before last, I did an interview with Ella O'Keefe for Radio 2SER, as part of their Final Draft program. The download has now come online.

nz review for dark bright doors

Dark Bright Doors review in Otago Daily Times , New Zealand, by Hamesh Wyatt - cool (well, 9 degrees in Dunedin). "In 1992, Australian poet Jill Jones released a stunning debut collection of poems The Mask and the Jagged Star (Hazard). [...] Her latest collection of poems, Dark Bright Doors , continues to explore the road less travelled. [...] Her poems can be violent. They are all haunted by the same brutal truths about love and hope and the wedges that age, distance and human frailty drive between them. Dark Bright Doors exudes wide-eyed angst and a sense of discovery that's hard to put across in prose."