Excerpts from Camouflage, MaCaHu Press, 2010

“Stacy Jackson’s Camouflage is an adventure in the wilderness.  Here, wings and selves fly apart, reunite, fly apart again. Like the breathing universe, there is a rhythm running through the poems, a persistent thread of questioning and looking. Where might Truth be hiding? In the sand? In the sky? Under the tendrils of the blue jellyfish? On Mars? Where will it take shape next: amongst the quiet leaves, or in the face of the beloved? In the mirror? Jackson’s work is a world of shadows and light, a dream world where his voice rings true as our confident guide.”  Caroline Goodwin

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