Cleaver Magazine Reviews RED JUICE

“Perhaps the oddest thing about these personal references is their failure to become sentimental or excessively self-centered, a product of the fact that each of Nguyen’s poems has so much going on—family, ancient history, contemporary reference, cut-up deconstruction, dangling phrases, playful punctuation, meditations on the act of the poem itself—that there’s simply no time for treacly phrasing.”

—read the whole review by Kenna O’Rourke here.



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