Many, many thanks to writer July Westhale for this startlingly intelligent review of my chap/book Geographies of Soul and Taffeta. The review is in Lambda Literary.
“Her [Sarai's] poems acknowledge the human capacity for boundary—and our inability to come to terms with fallibility. And while the poems speak to intimacies, to a constellation of personal intimacies that do the world a service in being global, they also speak to a state of people in crisis. Of people steering into the sun, unsure how they even got in the car in the first place, and where they’ll go next.”It is in “It Is True and Truth Sometimes Gets Me Published” that we drive into the sun. Thanks to Posit, to Indolent Books and Michael Broder, and to William Johnson for marshalling/editing Lambda Literary.