Volume I No. 1: June 2018
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Wicker has faith and proffers answers. He ends many incantations with a call to love more, love better, love truer.
A guy I knew in grad school summarized the whole thing as “titties and beer.”
DiGiorgio acts as a sponge, absorbing what the world brings to her consciousness, then wringing it out in a gush like a powerful river.
In language imbued with both strength and tender precision, Faizullah asks us to regard death and atrocity without shielding our eyes.
Schwartz shows us what power we might find after the wildfire of anger and pain passes through us.
Starting now, the excited reader has someplace to go for the other sixty-some items in the Ruan Ji canon.
The whole book is full of wonders.