LF in the News

Enfermario reviewed at Empty Mirror

Olivares, like Beckett, is working towards a much more radical understanding of identity...

Joyelle McSweeney’s lyric review of Antígona González up at The Bind

That’s the only thing I want now, a body, a grave. That refuge....

Lambda Literary reviews Enfermario

Bodies and parts of bodies have lives beyond our comprehension...

Review of irradiated cities up at PANK

a book that reminds us that the culture of irradiation has only just begun, that irradiation has no truck with certainty...

Excerpts from irradiated cities at SOFTBLOW Poetry Journal

: rivers clogged with bodies : rivers stay still : houses burn :...

irradiated cities and Poets Against Nuclear Tests

Nagai collages lyric fragments and eerie black & white photographs to evoke the unspeakable...

irradiated cities reviewed at decomP

Nuclear power is only one form of deadly power under examination in this book...

irradiated cities receives Publishers Weekly starred review

"Nagai’s descriptions capture something deeper than history books...

Lara Schoorl Reviews Antígona González at LARB

a book, a translation, a body, many bodies, an allegory of bodies and of the past posturing the present...

Words without Borders features review of Enfermario

I’m hooked, a convert, and I cannot wait to read more. I think, should you choose to dive in with me, you’ll feel likewise....

Poupeh Missaghi reviews Enfermario at Asymptote

the stories explore how the body falls by itself or is undone by those around it....

Utne excerpts Some Versions of the Ice

Utne writes: Adam Tipps Weinstein debuts a collection of essays—clever plays on language, histories, facts, and fictions—that are sure to leave readers guessing at the truth behind...