Black Lawrence Press is very pleased to announce that Michele Battiste’s Ink For an Odd Cartography has been reviewed in the July/August issue of American Book Review. In Walter Hess’s review of this scrumdiddlyumptious poetry collection, he wrote:
“The book is wise and, surprisingly, for a book of poetry in 2009, reading it provides for a great deal of fun.”
“Battiste’s range is large. Her map is vast. She knows the latitudes and longitudes of love in the twenty-first century. To travel among the sites she points out is to know that they are accurate.”
To read the entire astute and glowing review, pick up a copy of American Book Review. Also, if you have not done so yet, you can get your own copy of Ink For an Odd Cartography here.