Barbara Crooker’s review in Mid-American Review

Opening Timothy Green’s first full-length collection is like entering a fun house and stepping into the room where distorted mirrors reflect back into themselves ad infinitum. The concept of the fractal, which the dictionary defines as a geometric pattern repeated at ever smaller scales to produce irregular shapes and surfaces, is the perfect metaphor for post-modern American life.

–Barbara Crooker, Mid-American Review, Fall 2009