Daily Archives: June 2, 2016


“WE NEVER LEFT THE ROOM WE MADE OF IT”: MEANING, MATHEMATICS, AND MAGIC IN CASSANDRA SMITH’S U&I

To read u&i, Cassandra Smith’s frustratingly gorgeous and gorgeously frustrating full-length collection of poetry, is to be immersed in an experience that changes you. I began reading for answers; by the end of the collection, I gained not answers but a deeper appreciation of questions themselves. u&i is the perfect […]