At Gently Read Literature, Francis Raven reviews Andrew Zornoza’s Where I Stay.

Says Raven:

…told through the interplay of three parts (each of which appears on each pair of opened pages): prose poems titled by date and place, photographs presumably from those places, and quasi captions that sometimes throw the reading off the author’s trail. It is the intuitive (not necessarily logical, but always intriguing) interplay between these elements that keeps the reader’s attention and forces a place to emerge, a place that is perhaps equivalent with a narrative, but one that cannot be pinned to the ground.

Read the full review.

Read more about Where I Stay, or all posts tagged Andrew Zornoza.