“These essays are a celebration of a hunch pursued, a line taken of course, or perhaps, a line that’s not even a line at all . . . There’s a feeling that, for Koestenbaum, this is as fun as it is serious, and neither of those things invalidate the other.”
Wayne Koestenbaum’s essay collection “Figure It Out,” and the books cover design, is reviewed in the Cleveland Review of Books. Read the review here.