Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic reviewed at LA Review

Chris Tysh’s LF-release Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic Our_Lady_Of_The_Flowers_Echoic_Chris_Tysh_Front_Cover_Thumbnailwas reviewed at L.A. Review:

In drawing the reader’s attention to Genet’s vibrant language, Tysh has created a new lens in which to view Genet’s work—as an epic-like poem still rooted in the explicit quotidian, filled to the brim with sexual exploits and struggles for gay men in the 20th century. Additionally, Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic reveals the porous relationship between fiction and poetry, and how altering form and genre can heighten language through dynamic exchange.

Read more at L.A. Review‘s website.

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