Bookslut Reviews A Fixed, Formal Arrangement

"It's not hard to appreciate A Fixed, Formal Arrangement, for this segmented, creative work doesn't pretend to be anything that it's not."...

Les Figues in American Book Review

American Book Review launches its “Scenes” column with an article on Les Figues...

The /n/oulipian Analects: Editor’s Choice

Bomb Magazine highlights The /n/oulipian Analects...

Four Reviews A Happy Man and Other Stories

One of many to-be-desired releases in Les Figues’ TrenchArt: Parapet Series...

KPFK Features Les Figues

Bronwyn Mauldin of KPFK interviews Teresa Carmody...

Carp(e) Libras Reviews Voice of Ice

"Voice of Ice did something for me I cannot quite explain."...

Lemonhound Reviews Dies: A Sentence

Circumnavigating, diverging, listing, relishing in the feast of language on so many levels...it comes out, as Stein says, and after a while it doesn't have to come out ugly...

On God’s Livestock Policy

I really enjoyed the logical turns of the language, the kind of way I'd imagine that God would argue, just because s/he can be a lawyer sometimes...

Gertrude’s Basket on Monstrous Women of the Avant-Garde

Besides their incredible brain capacity, these women are fun...

Pantaloons Reviews God’s Livestock Policy

Pantaloons reviews Stan App's God's Livestock Policy...

+|‘me’S-pace Reviewed by Feminist Review

+|‘me’S-pace by Christine Wertheim is reviewed in the Feminist Review...