“Song for the Unraveling of the World” is a book of many things. Above all, it serves as a litmus test of how the reader, and how they see the species.
Kristen Arnett’s book of the dead is a scintillating illumination of what we do when we lose those we love.
Josh Denslow’s book is an examination of the sad, lonely and hopeless. His voice is equal parts funny and galling.
Violet LeVoit’s towering new narrative gives voice to the seedier, more disparate collection of souls that Tinseltown tends to ignore.
Autumn Christian’s new book is an articulation of deep meaning, sex and the ‘whats’ that keep us.