In her great review of Beth Alvarado’s Anxious Attachments, Brigitte Lewis captures the realness and vulnerability that Beth bleeds onto the page through her writing. She tells readers that they can be changed by Beth’s essays, should they allow themselves to be. We’ve included a brief excerpt from the review below, but we hope you’ll head over to ENTROPY to enjoy the full piece.
Alvarado zooms in close to her own experiences. Just as the circles of a rock thrown into a pond grow ever-widening, these essays broaden to illuminate the connections between an individual life and the implications of one’s individual decisions within a larger context: place, family, society-at-large.