by Faye Chevalier
Cover art by Blaise Sodano
Do we actually know ourselves in this new technological, selfie-obsessed landscape? In a time where we see our image over and over again, every day, does the image become diluted of itself? Chevalier has some answers for us: "the she-machine, a closing-through (bright mirrors and jest-lights)" [...] The space here is not safe; it is traumatic. In a time where space isn't just tangible, but now intangible, the reader is forced to think about spaces and how we can create safe ones in an intangible realm. I definitely recommend this collection for anyone who wants to think about human relationships in the digital realm, who want to be more present, who want to think about ways to create safe spaces, who want to be human.
— Joanna C. Valente, Luna Luna Magazine (Read Joanna's full review at Luna Luna)