by Nabil Kashyap

Black and Blur – Fred Moten

If the book is about anything, it is about spiraling through the cultural implications of keeping the “we” in “me .”

Nights as Day, Days as Night – Michel Leiris

While “a fieldwork of the self” is clearly how much of Leiris’s other work operates, this book resists.

Me Against the World – Kazufumi Shiraishi

Cancer is suicidal, we learn. Ghosts are only capable of uninteresting platitudes.

The Voyager Record – Anthony Michael Morena

But an accumulation always threatens to stack, that is, threatens to make a tower and towers always point somewhere, reluctant teleology.