Emergency Hallelujah (Jason Heroux)

For pseudo-surrealism at its elegant best, see Emergency Hallelujah. Jason Heroux’s second collection is less raw and vivid than his first (Memoirs of an Alias, also published by Mansfield), but more accomplished and assured. Heroux does not always work in a pseudo- or quasi-surrealistic mode, but is best when he does, with a knack for […]

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