Tuesday, March 08, 2011

J.A. Tyler reviews COLOR PLATES in the Rumpus...

...and says that "As with all good books, Color Plates has layers, a surface underneath a surface underneath a surface, but there is more at play in Golaski’s book, more refnement than simple addition, more complicated existence than just putting one on top of another – Color Plates sheds skin in each passage, reveals a depth beneath a depth, and unpacks words in a venturous way."

Thanks, J.A. You can read the whole review here.



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