Burrow Press Reviews The Field by Martin Glaz Serup

Rachel Kapitan turns her attention to Martin Glaz Serup’s The Field for Burrow Press Review:

[Serup] has positioned himself as a writer at the forefront of his field, (again, not a pun!) relational aesthetics. […] It takes less than an hour to read, and is worth the time. Buy the book and enjoy it, enjoy your personal response to the blankness, and the balls of a storyteller who meanders and is indirect and amorphous and knows the voice is strong enough that even with the lack of clear direction, the reader is going to follow. Kudos to Les Figues Press for having the vision to publish a translation of a writer at the beginning of an important career.

Read Kapitan’s full review at Burrow Press Review.

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