The Critical Flame Reviews Red Juice

“Situating linguistic construction within a recognizable geo-political space, Nguyen accepts both the skepticism of uncreative writing and the need for marginalized identities to find voice in a politicized context. Red Juice explores not the validity of the lyric self, but the idea that the self is struggle.”

Daniel E. Pritchard at The Critical Flame

 

 

 

 

 

 

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