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Library Journal has been around for 140 years. And this past June–it reviewed Seasonal Velocities and gave it a starred review! I am so honored!
★ Aoki, Ryka. Seasonal Velocities. Trans-Genre. 2012. 139p. ISBN 9780985110505. pap. $14.95.
This collection of poems, stories, speeches, and performance art is passionate and evocative. All of Aoki’s works have been stunning; an excellent introduction.
As other writers, I work very, very hard to put my best work on the page, and when my words can touch a reader–that is the best feeling.
Thank you so much to Library Journal, and to everyone who has enjoyed Seasonal Velocities.
PS–For any libraries or bookstores, Seasonal Velocities should now be a lot easier to acquire, as it is being distributed by Ingram. You can also just get it from Amazon.
PPS–Yes, I am working on another book of essays to address whats been happening since my first book appeared. <3 More news in Summer/Fall 2017.