Category: Book Review
Until I read Joan E. Howard’s fascinating account of the couple’s years together, I had never dropped Marguerite Yourcenar’s surname in my life. But the revealed intimacy of the pair invites us in.
Nobody made a sound. Someone I loved
was gone and it was hard to pretend,
it was foolish to be preoccupied by the business
Charley Burlock reviews Five Windows by Jon Roemer (Dzanc Books, 2019).
Jeffrey Condran reviews My Red Heaven by Lance Olsen (Dzanc Books, 2020).
Risa Denenberg reviews The Falls by Emily Mohn-Slate and interviews the author.
Mary Lynn-Giannakou reviews We Might as Well Light Something on Fire: Stories by Ron Maclean.
Jeffrey Condran reviews My Red Heaven by Lance Olsen.
A review of Susan Sailer's poetry collection The Distance Beyond Sight published by Main Street Rag Publishing Company, reviewed by Lori Wilson