Brandon Shimoda's The Girl Without Arms, originally reviewed on HTML Giant, and reblogged on Poetry Foundation. The reviewer, Lief Haven writes that "[t]he work is a trip, an experience more than a message, a system that works by itself. " Haven goes on to state:
These surreal moments are unsettling in Shimoda’s. They aim for a particularly uncomfortable region of the sublime: the awkward, the horrific, the unsatisfying. It is a poetry of things that are difficult to look at or impossible to see. A sublime that obscures the self...
The review is rich in direct quotes from the book, so if you haven't read it, you'll get a taste. If you have, it's nice to revisit.
Read on Poetry Foundation's Harriet Blog here,
and on HTML Giant in its original context here.