Check-out this fabulous review of Catherine Meng’s Tonight’s the Night in Reconfigurations: A Journal for Poetics & Poetry / Literature & Culture:
Catherine Meng’s first book of poetry, Tonight’s the Night, represents one-third of the current catalogue at Apostrophe Books, a publisher of “poetry intersecting theory, philosophy, cultural studies, and pataphysics.” Like Johannes Goransson’s A New Quarantine Will Take My Place and the newest Apostrophe book, Refrains / Unworkings, by Paul Foster Johnson, Meng aims at the heart of this publisher’s mission. . . . .
For the rest of the review please visit this excellent journal and be sure to read the other work while you’re there. It’s a great issue: