Journal or Conference Title
The Bloomsbury Review
Literature and Languages
"From the center and edges of the vast and diverse landscape of contemporary Mexico, whose 'boundaries are largely the accidents of history,' the poets in Reversible Monuments ponder the limits of consciousness and search for meaning(s)."
Rogoff, Marianne, "Review of "Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry"" (2003). Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship. 122.
Originally published as Rogoff, M. (2003). Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry. The Bloombury Review, 23(2). p 17.