John Kinsella is the author of numerous books of poetry, fiction, criticism, and cross-genre work. His work has won numerous awards. He frequently works in collaboration with other writers, artists, musicians and activists. Other experimental fiction includes the novels Morpheus, Post-Colonial, Lucida Intervella and Hollow Earth. Django & Jezebel belongs to a family of a dozen novels and novellas written over a dozen years, all of them in dialogue, but all “stand-alone” as well. They are writings of speculative paradox. John Kinsella is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and Professor of Literature and Environment, Curtin University. He lived in Ohio for five years, lived in the UK, Ireland and elsewhere for many years, and resides at Jam Tree Gully, in the Western Australian wheatbelt.