“Most striking about Berenguer’s poetry is its sheer constructedness, which is as flagrant as those exposed brick interiors with a grid of metal beams for a ceiling. Parallels could be drawn with paintings by Fernand Léger or Malevich: sharply-angled and architectonic, they make no bones about the artifice of the subject matter, nor that of the artist’s eye.”

Read the rest of Garrett Phelps review of Amanda Berenguer’s Materia Prima at  Asymptote.