A review in The Brooklyn Rail of The Miraculous in Houston by Raphael Rubinstein and Heather Bause at the University of Houston:
Two yellow posters hang on the outside of the MD Anderson Library at the University of Houston. In summer, the campus was no longer abuzz the way it is in spring, but a student, mid-20s with baseball hat drawn to the brow in an attempt to block the Texan sun, stopped to read them. The two texts detail a series by artist Tseng Kwong Chi—one in English and one translated to Mandarin Chinese. The student spent a few minutes reading, thinking, and then continued toward the entrance to the library.
This student had unknowingly read the final chapter of The Miraculous (Paper Monument, 2014), a collection of brief narratives written by New York-based art critic Raphael Rubinstein, who is also a professor of Art History at the University of Houston. Earlier this year, similar texts—each a chapter from the book—were distributed across the UH campus.