This collection is a dazzling attempt to relocate Virgil's texts to the 21st century. Sedarat's "imitations, translations, and perversions" have never been more fun, mixed with playful appropriations from Pink Floyd, Gertrude Stein, or nursery rhymes, and with the occasional political commentary about "another war another argo/[...] another troy." The reader may be disoriented at times, but certainly delighted and entertained.

—  Claudia Serea, author of Nothing Important Happened Today

Founding Editor of National Translation Month