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"Brennan-Jobs’s narrative is tinged with awe, yearning, and disappointment… Bringing the reader into the heart of the child who admired Jobs’s genius, craved his love, and feared his unpredictability." - Publisher’s Weekly (starred review)
"For a book metered by grief, there's a lot to love here—that shouldn't come as a surprise, considering Limón's stylistic control and skill... Limón is very good at pacing her poems to leave us satisfied but also curious... One of the best books of the year." - The Millions
"White Dancing Elephants is the literary equivalent of a protest march; it screams about inequality and speaks about the lives of immigrants in the United States... This book has a heart, and it's made of difference. Bhuvaneswar knows difference the way only those living it can know it, and that knowledge makes her prose feel authentic." - NPR Book Review