Huffington Post on As Long As Trees Last

“Nguyen makes poetry that sticks in the heart and the craw, and she deserves to be widely and aggressively read by those poets (and there are many of us in this camp) who sometimes forget that sonic economies need not be prettified, page-bound bungalows — but can in fact be powerfully incisive statements of being that chill the heart and wound the spirit for the better.”

Read the entire article by Seth Abramson here.

ALATL is #5.


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