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"The images in The Vanishing Point of Desire are wonderful. Some, like the woman as horse or the "seahorse posture," blossom immediately. Others, like the garlic, are born withered but blossom as one reads. As they are woven into the story, they grow wings and take off. As the garlic is made to be death, it takes on a life of its own. I think certain readers might have been put off by a sense of formlessness, but the opposite is true: the author has a very precise form, through which the constantly shifting images and characters move.  It is very beautiful."-ALEXANDER GREENBERG

​NEW SINEW: Steve Barbaro


Necessary Fiction: Jess Stoner




Eroticism At Its Most Intimate: Lisa Thatcher

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