Martin Riker writes in the WALL STREET JOURNAL: “Ms. Green registers the complexity of grief and in the process makes something beautiful out of the saddest stuff in the world.”
Elisabeth Kley writes in ARTNews: “Anticipating Charles Henri Ford’s poem posters and Ray Johnson’s whimsical mail art, Jess inaugurated a universe of ceaselessly fluctuating, erudite wordplay and poetic transformation.”
Nicolle Elizabeth interviews Lisa Pearson for THE BELIEVER LOGGER about the differences between publishing literature and art and what’s in between.
Maggie Nelson writes in the LOS ANGELES REVIEW OF BOOKS: “It is suffused throughout with the dissonant, private richness of the minor, while also managing to be a major achievement.”
Jim Ruland writes in the SAN DIEGO CITY BEAT: “She blends striking miniature collages with dreams, vignettes and recollections distorted by the unreliability of her memories and addled by the drugs her doctor urges her to call meds.”
David Ulin writes in the LA TIMES: “This exquisite book is an impressionistic miracle, an assemblage of short text fragments and collages by an artist trying to make sense of her husband’s suicide.”