Kim Rosenfield’s Lividity reviewed in The Los Angeles Review

Lividity_Kim_Rosenfield_Front_CoverTara Boswell reviews Kim Rosenfield’s Lividity in The Los Angeles Review.

The book expands and contracts from fully appropriated blocks of academic prose to catalogues and lists to single lines and sentences swimming in white space which, out of context, are dislocated but aware, emptied but not vacant.

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