Tuesday, January 3, 2012

In the first review of the new Lev Rubinstein box, published by Ugly Duckling Presse, Geof Huth notes:
Rubinstein plays games with you as thoughts slowly and indefinitely arise from the sturdy pages in your hands. "Here," you read in the fourteenth footnote, which appears on Page 14, "something should be written," and you realize it has been. These are conceptual games, but serious, and satisfying. I smiled broadly near the end of the book, filled with a kind of joy at the beautiful rendition of the book's own genius in my head.

Here's the review, in its entirety


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