Praise for City: Book 1: Singular Assumptions
Michael Boughn's City isÉ explicit in its celebration of the urban as a pumping heart with architecture. Boughn approaches the Ôcommon' with an open language, knowing full well that some who share the space may not Ôunderstand.' His Walden is a full-canopied forest of neighbourhoods within and around which true solace is found, but only after much searching.
- Victor Coleman
Singular Assumptions (City, Book One) takes a bite out of the holism apple... and sows articulations of wiggle into the densest gridlocks of rigid city posturing.... Boughn sings for the potentials of life's flourish with soaring ripostes, the bittersweet paradox of rigour for jazz, and a congenial shrugging cheer.
- David Peter Clark
Boughn speaks as a combatant, always.... Take care, this book is signed by a barbarian....[with] a history of being overlooked.
- Oliver Cusimano