The Pedestal Magazine Reviews I Go To Some Hollow

Alice Osborn of The Pedestal Magazine reviews Amina Cain’s I Go To Some Hollow. She observes that “Cain forces her readers to encounter and empathize with this emotional distancing through the use of stark details (…) and a hypnotic sentence structure,” then goes on to state:

[Cain] is much like a fast expressionist painter who employs color and texture, letting the viewer decide what the painting reveals. Ultimately these stories highlight the distance that occurs in any relationship and how, within quiet moments, people can transcend this coldness, finding the sublime within an awkward state.

Read the full review at The Pedestal Magazine.

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