06 January 2016 | Kenyon Review
To chase slippery facts is to miss the point of a broken heart: Interrogating Horacio Castellanos Moya’s The Dream of My Return and Édouard Levé‘s Newspaper.
01 December 2015 | Extant Magazine
If Dilworth Park leads the pedestrian into intimate connection with McArthur’s French Second Empire monument, with its 88 million bricks and more than 200 works of sculpture and bas-relief, the soaring gates draw the eye skyward and into the realm of wonder. This is the gift of the monumental.