A review at  Vertigo

The supernatural, ventriloquism, table-turning, magic carpets, ghosts—The Field is Lethal is immersed in a late 19th-century spiritualism. Borrowing freely from folklore and anecdote, Doppelt mixes oblique references, catching us in the sound and play of language as much as of ideas. Well-known as a photographer, Doppelt juxtaposes her text with delicate, eerie images. As Avital Ronell writes in her postface to the book, we appreciate here “her manner, her astonishing modalities, the precision of her cuts.” 

The Field is Lethal   by Suzanne Doppelt, Counterpath Press, 2011