"One of the more impressive small press titles I've read in a long time. Beeny's control of imaginative image blending is on a level I've never seen. It's a book that moves the way more books ought to move in my opinion, unapologetically from one scape to another. The blur of it all will explode with clarity in your memory."Also, Andrew Borgstrom engaged the text of Milk Like a Melted Ghost in an interview:
—Darby Larson, The Iguana Complex (Nephew, 2011)
"Milk Like a Melted Ghost makes a journey toward silence. Clarabelle is maybe the imaginary friend of Wittgenstein's Mistress. Sometimes Milk seems like a poem and other times like a collection of notes for a diabolically surrealist puppet show. I highly recommend it."
—Christopher Higgs, The Complete Works of Marvin K. Mooney (Sator Press, 2010)
Andrew: What exists?I hope people will read and enjoy Milk Like a Melted Ghost when it is published. Thank you for your time.Milk: It doesn’t matter.Andrew: What is real?Milk: It doesn’t matter.Andrew: What exists?Milk: Reality.Andrew: What is real?Milk: Existence.Andrew: What exists?Milk: Everything.Andrew: What is real?Milk: Everything.Andrew: Does everything within happen?