Human Resources

Rachel Zolf

2007

Coach House

 

“In this bad-mouthing and incandescent burlesque, Rachel Zolf transforms a necessary social anger into the pure fuel that takes us to ‘the beautiful excess of the unshackled referent.’ We learn something new about guts, and about how dictions slip across one another, entwining, shimmering, wisecracking. For Zolf, political invention takes precedent, works the search engine.” — Lisa Robertson