An eloquent portrait of how lived experience can inform and alter a person’s intellectual and spiritual alignment … a profound and evocative document of a particular place
Kate McFadyen, Australian Book Review.
Its sharp humanitarian edge gives it a bold uniqueness
Erin O’Brien, Australian Bookseller and Publisher.
Material poverty does not mean spiritual poverty, and Kennedy’s sojourn overseas made her see Australia with new critical insight. Sing is evocatively written and recommended if you want to think about the world.
Lucy Sussex, The Age.
Keenly felt, adeptly recorded detail… a sensual touching evocation of Mexican landscape and nature.
Mark Thomas, The Canberra Times.