Lily Hoang’s fragmentary and gorgeous essay, On the Geography of Friendship, defies easy classification. It’s a gathering of observations, a collection of quotations, a confessional, and a loose weave of interconnected ideas that invoke the way our own relationships interconnect in our lives. It’s a hybrid marvel and a text that, with every rereading, rewards its audience with insight and beauty. “Lily Hoang’s cycle of voices enchain like numinous glass.. Read More