REVIEW: Jack Charles V The Crown

Lloyd Bradford Skye,, 11 June 2013

"Jack Charles exceptionally engaging, well-told story is all his own. He has us spellbound as we sit around his campfire. In many ways, too, it’s the story of Australia. Just not the one we’re used to hearing."

REVIEW: Jack Charles V The Crown

Cameron Woodhead, The Age, 14 October 20111

"Charles's story moves from the strength he found mastering pottery in jail to poignant recollections of life as a member of the stolen generations. He relates yarns from his white-washed existence, and sings a jaunty period song about how grand it was that the white man came."

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