A favorite book lately, both for its reproductions of Eva Hesse's tender effortless drawings and for the range of writing is "Eva Hesse Drawing," edited by Catherine de Zegher. This book features eight essays from a variety of authors including Zegher herself. My favorites are Zegher's essay "Drawing as Binding/ Bandage/ Bondage or Eva Hesse caught in a triangle of Content/ Process/ Materiality," and Bracha L. Ettiner's essay "Gazing-and-Touching the Not Enough Mother." Because Eva Hesse's work is rooted in the female body, autobiographical details abound, but without tipping toward the sentimental. The poetic interweaving of words and writing is refreshing. Both the format and the writings maintain something of the mysteriousness and deeply tactile sensibility of Hesse's drawings themselves.