(Apr. 20, 2017) American Literary History Review of Market Aesthetics

The journal American Literary History has published a review of Market Aesthetics.

Phillips Casteel finds that “Machado Sáez’s comparative analysis of diasporic Caribbean literary production has the advantage of foregrounding commonalities among second-generation writers who emerged in an era of multiculturalism in various regions of the Global North.” Additionally, she argues that “Machado Sáez strikingly demonstrates that the novels introduce author- and reader-doubles in order to stage the challenges of reception and communication between author and reader.”

Check out the rest of the review here.