By: Mason, Zachary
The Odyssey refracted through the broken mirror of modern consciousness. Zachary
Mason has drunk from the well of Calvino and Borges and gives us a poignant and
compelling rendition of the wily Odysseus' wanderings and companions. The text is
like the shell of a hermit crab - an adopted mobile shelter, a bricolage that winds
back on itself, with the sudden stirring of life from within.
Reviewer: dennis trombatore