Sally Griffin's work feature an allegorical edge. Figurative and surreal,
they are rooted in modernism; a blend of lyric dream and worldly experience.
She creates journeys of dicovery, set in landscapes that she knows from
New Zealand and Australia.
...The freshness of Something Else - besides Sally Griffin's lovely,
expressionist illustrations at the head of each chapter - is that it tells a story
from our recent history that has seldom been told: the death of all those lush,
hippy dreams in the arid, consumerist wasteland of the 21st century.
Reviewed by New Zealand Books