NYRB on 'My Hollywood'

Anahid Nersessian wrote a lovely review of Boris Dralyuk's My Hollywood and Other Poems in the New York Review of Books. 

"“Dralyuk embraces rhyme with a rare and admirable enthusiasm for sound and syllable, for musical variety and plays on words . . . [An] air of upbeat sorrow permeates My Hollywood. It’s an émigré mood, defined by the conviction that things could always be worse.”

Read the full review.
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