Reviews

Great Expectations – Kathy Acker

This contemporary return to Acker may be similar to how Acker herself returned to those who lived and wrote before her: as something unfinished.

Dark Constellations – Pola Oloixarac

In Oloixarac’s hands, this world is one in which the boundaries between humans, plants, and animals have already begun to dissolve.

Minor Monuments – Ian Maleney

Recording for Maleney is the fold in time that bends toward the unrecoverable past.

I Have Never Been Able to Sing – Alexis Almeida

At the conclusion of this litany of haves, have-nots and have-nevers, we are left with a better idea of what it means to be a self, a thing which is only partially apprehensible to the person occupying it.

Remedia – Michael Joyce

The hypertext author is unavoidably confronting the role of order and form in fiction

Go Ahead In The Rain – Hanif Abdurraqib

Abdurraqib can tell better stories about music than sometimes the music can tell about itself.

Terra Nullius – Claire G. Coleman

It should come as no surprise that Coleman, an Australian Aboriginal author of the South Coast Noongar people, is particularly poised to enliven the tropes of the science fiction contact genre.

Acts of Infidelity – Lena Andersson

If the two books are so similar, why did I love WILLFUL DISREGARD so much and find ACTS OF INFIDELITY exasperating?

Je Nathanaël – Nathanaël

In Je, Nathanaël, the speaking subject, or more properly, speech, is not a question of absolute being but partial positions and orientations.

Crimson – Niviaq Korneliussen

CRIMSON is a piece of literature that aims to make sense of queer experience by constructing a literary world adequate to house its complexities.

Minor Monuments – Ian Maleney

Recording for Maleney is the fold in time that bends toward the unrecoverable past.

Terra Nullius – Claire G. Coleman

It should come as no surprise that Coleman, an Australian Aboriginal author of the South Coast Noongar people, is particularly poised to enliven the tropes of the science fiction contact genre.

Dark Constellations – Pola Oloixarac

In Oloixarac’s hands, this world is one in which the boundaries between humans, plants, and animals have already begun to dissolve.

Acts of Infidelity – Lena Andersson

If the two books are so similar, why did I love WILLFUL DISREGARD so much and find ACTS OF INFIDELITY exasperating?