ABOUT the author
Jeff Jackson holds an MFA from NYU and is the recipient of fellowships from the MacDowell Colony and Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Five of his plays have been produced by the Obie Award-winning Collapsable Giraffe company.
Find out more here: deathofliterature.com
Available from Two Dollar Radio
"Jackson’s prose captures a dreamlike tone that gives the reader the experience of walking into an abandoned house of mirrors where every pane of glass is as clouded over and obscuring and oddly beautiful as the next."
Two Dollar Radio Q&A with Jeff Jackson | 2/6/2013
We talk coming-of-age stories, naming characters, the future of literature, and more!
Turning Everything Inside Out/ Imagination and Memory: An Interview with Jeff Jackson | 10/9/2013
Fanzine interviews author Jeff Jackson about his debut novel Mira Corpora!
KCRW Bookworm Podcast interview with Jeff Jackson | 5/8/2014
Michael Silverblatt talks with Jeff Jackson: For Jeff Jackson, starting a novel is an invocation but you don't know what will be invoked. There's an idea that telling our stories is cathartic, but sometimes what you've really done is turn up the volume. His first novel, Mira Corpora, is a dark meditation on childhood: events are heightened into a new (slightly creepy) key signature. A young author's influences are often palpable: here, an influence is Dennis Cooper. A true disciple, Jackson says, doesn't look anything like the master.