Via Diagram‘s new issue, Matt Dube reviews Traci O. Connor’s Recipes for Endangered Species.

Says Dube: “Points of view shift and tilt, almost imperceptibly, and bring you to understand identity differently than what you previously allowed for: these disparate voices, these parallax views, the linguistic franks belong together, the stories say, and the way Connor bends and warps language in humid paragraphs, doesn’t let you argue.”

Nor will we argue. Click here to read the full review.

Click here to check out Traci’s book, Recipes for Endangered Species, which, you should be advised, contains many frightening cocktail recipes as well as photos of dolls sans limbs.