Review of Critique of Pure Reason at Corduroy Books

Weston Cutter (who interviewed me for HTMLGIANT) had some very nice things to say about Critique of Pure Reason over at Corduroy Books:
I guess the thing is that the title’s not cutesy: this is a book ultimately addressing or attempting to engage with aesthetic and emotional concerns through the bakery or shop or kiosk of math or logic or reason, and I’ll here cop to a pretty firm readerly hunger for such moves, and Blackwell (as he did with Shadow Man, which was a genre-breaking thing as well) delivers. Again.
Thanks, Weston!