tumblr_mxifdqRGlX1qg6jspo1_500

Book Review of Russian Novels by Luke Bloomfield

Russian Novels by Luke Bloomfield Factory Hollow Press, 2014 IN THE YEAR TWO-THOUSAND FOURTEEN a publishing company called Factory Hollow Press (a division of Flying Object and a publisher of books, chapbooks, and broadsides! In limited and trade editions!) published

tumblr_mxifdqRGlX1qg6jspo1_500

Book Review of Russian Novels by Luke Bloomfield

Russian Novels by Luke Bloomfield Factory Hollow Press, 2014 IN THE YEAR TWO-THOUSAND FOURTEEN a publishing company called Factory Hollow Press (a division of Flying Object and a publisher of books, chapbooks, and broadsides! In limited and trade editions!) published

0502Starkey540

Review of David Starkey’s Like a Soprano

Book Review Like a Soprano by David Starkey David Starkey’s Like a Soprano follows an impressive episode-by-episode book of poems based on the original HBO seriesThe Sopranos—and never misses a dark heartbeat of the entire season. Starkey captures the inner

0502Starkey540

Review of David Starkey’s Like a Soprano

Book Review Like a Soprano by David Starkey David Starkey’s Like a Soprano follows an impressive episode-by-episode book of poems based on the original HBO seriesThe Sopranos—and never misses a dark heartbeat of the entire season. Starkey captures the inner

contraband of hoopoe

Smuggling the Past: A Review of Ewa Chrusciel’s Contraband of Hoopoe

Contraband of Hoopoe by Ewa Chrusciel Omnidawn Publishing, 2014 ISBN: 978-1-890650-99-5 $17.95 trade paperback Reviewed by Miriam O’Neal In the first line of the first poem of Contraband of Hoopoe, Ewa Chrusciel asks, “Can you feel the apparition?” This is her

contraband of hoopoe

Smuggling the Past: A Review of Ewa Chrusciel’s Contraband of Hoopoe

Contraband of Hoopoe by Ewa Chrusciel Omnidawn Publishing, 2014 ISBN: 978-1-890650-99-5 $17.95 trade paperback Reviewed by Miriam O’Neal In the first line of the first poem of Contraband of Hoopoe, Ewa Chrusciel asks, “Can you feel the apparition?” This is her

gossamurmur-198x300

Review of Anne Waldman’s Gossamurmur

Ultimately, Waldman’s finely crafted lines are spun into a web of commentary on the myriad of identities we must daily use to navigate through the social, ethical, and political moors of the 21st century.

gossamurmur-198x300

Review of Anne Waldman’s Gossamurmur

Ultimately, Waldman’s finely crafted lines are spun into a web of commentary on the myriad of identities we must daily use to navigate through the social, ethical, and political moors of the 21st century.

9780986025761_p0_v1_s260x420

Review of Lizzie Harris’ Stop Wanting

The poems in her debut collection meander through deeply intimate spaces and venture into these confessional moments that, while sparse enough in violent detail, still maintain a violence that is unrelenting in its emotional force.

9780986025761_p0_v1_s260x420

Review of Lizzie Harris’ Stop Wanting

The poems in her debut collection meander through deeply intimate spaces and venture into these confessional moments that, while sparse enough in violent detail, still maintain a violence that is unrelenting in its emotional force.

9781555976927

Review of Katie Ford’s Blood Lyrics

Blood Lyrics takes risks: these highly lyrical, highly sincere, highly empathetic poems have none of the ironic, skittery posturing all too fashionable in poetry these days.

9781555976927

Review of Katie Ford’s Blood Lyrics

Blood Lyrics takes risks: these highly lyrical, highly sincere, highly empathetic poems have none of the ironic, skittery posturing all too fashionable in poetry these days.

The-Robot-Scientists-Daughter-front-cover-LARGE

Book Review: The Robot Scientist’s Daughter by Jeannine Hall Gailey

Jeannine Hall Gailey The Robot Scientist’s Daughter Mayapple Press, 2015 Reviewed by Donna Vorreyer “The daughters of inventors are bound/to circumscribe their father’s creations with words.” Jeannine Hall Gailey uses this book to do just that, using her own experiences growing

The-Robot-Scientists-Daughter-front-cover-LARGE

Book Review: The Robot Scientist’s Daughter by Jeannine Hall Gailey

Jeannine Hall Gailey The Robot Scientist’s Daughter Mayapple Press, 2015 Reviewed by Donna Vorreyer “The daughters of inventors are bound/to circumscribe their father’s creations with words.” Jeannine Hall Gailey uses this book to do just that, using her own experiences growing