As an imagined history, this book is rich with sensory detail and shrewd interpersonal politics; as a screed on the perpetual cycle of objectification, it is timely and stirring.
— Publisher's Weekly
Wong’s startling images and fragments create a haunted dreamscape, a lost palace where Elsa is a “ghost flower.” ... Her new book ventures beyond amusement into mystery, illuminating our culture in its wake.
— San Francisco Chronicle




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Angela Veronica Wong