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Rodger Davis Jackson

Rodger Davis Jackson is the middle child in a filial multitude of 13. The son of a pair of Catholic parents, he has great interest in the religious aspect of our society . . . and the bigotry it sustains.

While he has never been to Graceland, Jackson is a great fan of rockabilly music, and is deeply involved in the "Revitalize Elvis" campaign.

Hailing from Thornton, Tennessee, Jackson himself found a triceratops vertebra in his backyard at the age of 14, which led into the greatest fossil find in the southern United States to date. It also led to the inopportune eviction from their home of he and his 14 other family members, unfortunately without income at the time. He has been a forceful advocate of the "Citizens Against Digging on Private Property" (or CADPP) for the past 25 years, and is in fact a founding member, as a result of that deplorable event.

Jackson has been a professional writer (still hoping to be published!) since 1988.

Rodger Davis Jackson's Publication History

Note: This index only includes publication in the EastWesterly Review and related journals.

EastWesterly Review: Issue 3
Hittin' Stride