The strong psychological content behind the thoughts, dreams and metaphors in this book speak to everyone about the anxieties of our age. Globalization and technology have forced changes at neck breaking speed, and consequences are poorly measured. In pieces like Trancecode, In Toxx, Disaster, Earth and Post-Human the author offers subtle shades of meaning and portent that are not lost in the simplicity of the narrative - they echo faintly of semi opened doors in our minds and invite us in. Although written from a unique perspective, it enables us to share the feelings of a generation through poetic ordinariness that tells us more about ourselves than we may expect. Alejandra writes in a tone that is fresh and vibrant and very in tune with our fast paced reality. - A.C.
Hello. I live in a hot, humid and green little island. I only recently started using "author" as a title, though I've been writing for a long time. I produce poems, poetic prose and short stories. If you're interested in my work, drop by http://books.ame-electrique.org/ If you'd like to spy on my blog, onto which words just kind of fall out of my head by pressing my fingers against the keyboard and magically become visible, visit: http://si6nifi3r.livejournal.com/
"Stars Like Fish" is a kaleidoscopic journey into the burning heart of a woman. Dreams swim in celestial fantasies while science fiction is weaved with lyrical poetry, in an intimate amalgamation of imagery and photography. It is an exquisitely designed treasure which will give you pleasure for years to come.
"Stars like Fish" was a wonderful trip with the author. The words that have fallen from her head and magically been transcribed in the pages of this book, take you across a sea of imaginings that lead to a land of satisfaction from the voyage.
Her tapestry of woven words speak to the reader of magical musings which will have you clamoring for the next bend in the maze of the threads she leads you in.
I highly recommend this book, and Ill be awaiting those who take the trip at the end of the natives.