Andrew Kozma’s review in American Book Reviews

"Green is an intensely formal poet–not in tone, but in construction. Look at that table of contents again: five groups of ten. A desire for symmetry, some revelatory order. He can write a perfect sonnet, works well within couplets, finds rhyme a help rather than a hindrance, and finds non-standard forms. None of these is more present than the form he uses for 'American Fractal' and a handful of other poems: a fully justified, mostly unpunctuated line that uses gaps for pauses and line breaks. […] Here the fractal is revealed in the constant breaking within a highly rigid visual. These poems have something powerful driving them…"

–Andrew Kozma, from "Fractal as Form," LineOnLine, 30.2. Click here to read the full review.