Books by Dale Lorna Jacobsen
Why Antarctica? a Ross Sea odyssey (2015) eBook
In January 2013, Dale fulfilled a lifetime dream when she boarded the ship Ortelius for a 32-day expedition to the Ross Sea in Antarctica. Read of her adventure, view over 300 photos and 14 video clips in this interactive eBook.
Yenohan's Legacy (2013) Horizon Publishing Group
A fascinating mix of adventure and history in which tales of pioneers of the High Country of Australia, Aborigines and a modern-day women interweave.
This dramatic political novel features a cast of rogues, opportunists and idealists set against a background of corruption, strikes and union bashing in Queensland in the 1920s.
Brief bio -
Dale Lorna Jacobsen is an author, editor, journalist and adventurer who lives in the mountains of Maleny in South-east Queensland, Australia.
She is a feature writer for the Hinterland Times magazine and author of three books:
Full bio -
Dale Lorna Jacobsen is a freelance writer with particular interest in grass roots/labour movement history and environmental writing.
o Why Antarctica? a Ross Sea odyssey – Expedition to Antarctica, iBook and Kindle 2015
o Yenohan’s Legacy – History and adventures in the High Country of Australia, Horizon Publishing Group, Sydney 2013
o Union Jack - Political/historical novel, CopyRight Publishers, Brisbane 2011
o “The ALP and the ARU: How Personal Vendettas Can Bring Down a Government” in The Queensland Journal of Labour History, No.2 March 2006, Brisbane Labour History Association
o Birds of Toohey Forest: a Checklist – in association with Dr Carla Catterall of Griffith University's Faculty of Environmental Sciences 1993 – reprinted 1998 by Brisbane City Council
o "Iconic Places" in Earth Dreams Magic: A journey through the Blackall Range Region, Hinterland Business Centre, 2010
o “Dale’s Story” in Menopause: an anthology. Wakefield Press 2008
o “Railroaded” in Tales of the Great South East. Assegai Books, Queensland. 2007
o “Future Predictions” in Mending Matters: an anthology The State Library of Queensland, 2005
Radio & Stage:
o Writer/director An Unlikely Alliance: the Green Bans battle (Woodford Folk Festival 2011/12; National Folk Festival, Canberra, 2011)
o Regular contributor to ABC Radio National's Bush Telegraph 2005 – 2007
o The Pilot, Winner ABC Short Story Award. Broadcast 8 November 2005
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
o 2012 - Hurdle Gully Lookout Redevelopment, Monto
o 2012 - Coominglah Forest web page
o 2011 - Fraser Island, Indian Head Project
o 2011 - Fraser Island, Lake McKenzie Redevelopment Project
o 2011 - Butchulla web page
o 2008 - More Great Walks web page
o 2008 - SEQ National Parks web page
o 2007 - The Wreck of the Cherry Venture
o 2006 - Fort Bribie Redevelopment Project
o 2006 - Freshwater Project II
Honorary Editor The Queensland Journal of Labour History 2005-2011
Participating chair – Reality Tales with Panache at Maleny Festival of Books and Writing 2007
Editor of bi-monthly BLHA Newsletter. Brisbane Labour History Association. 2007
Project Manager: Sound Builders Exposition – Qld. Biennial Festival of Music 2001 & 2003
Researcher, Tutor and guest Lecturer – Griffith University, Nathan, Qld 1993 – 1996