By Megan N. Liberty
DEC 20-JAN 21 | Art Books
The white lined drawings glow against the full-bleed black pages, encased in a black hardcover with embroidered white lines that are physically raised off the surface. These cityscapes, celestial scenes, and cartographic paragraph drawings conjure a vision of a different world, reconsidering the form of a sentence.
By J. C. Hallman
JUL-AUG 2021 | Books
In breadth and skill, insight and innovation, Dear Miss Metropolitan takes its place alongside Roberto Bolaños 2666 among the most profound works of literature to have emerged from crimes so horrific they became international sensations. Years in the making, emerging from a mind transformed by decades in a chrysalis, the book leaves one heaving a glorious sigh, feeling that it was well worth the wait, and harboring a secret hope that the next cocoon will crack more quickly.