Accessibility Tools

  • Content scaling 100%
  • Font size 100%
  • Line height 100%
  • Letter spacing 100%

Kris Hemensley

Kris Hemensley reviews 'Sensual Horizon' by Martin Langford, 'Flight Animals' by Bronwyn Lea, 'My Sister and Silence' by Bev Roberts, and 'Behind the Moon' by Jacob G. Rosenberg

December 2001–January 2002, no. 237 12 August 2022
Seamless with his two previous collections, Behind the Moon is Jacob Rosenberg’s potted autobiography of a survivor of Lodz and Auschwitz, delivered from that hell, of which he writes with the kindness of an angel, into the heaven that Melbourne must then logically be. To be the poet of reality and not self-delusion is his reality, is his commission. The trouble he contends with is that his pres ... (read more)