Category: Book Review

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

This Dream the World: New and Selected Poems

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A review of Carolyne Wright’s This Dream the World: New and Selected Poems published by Lost Horse Press in September 2017.

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

A Family Is a House

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A review of Dustin Pearson's debut collection published by C&R Press in March 2019

Issue 22 | Summer 2019

The Martin Chronicles

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A review of John Fried's debut novel published by Grand Central Publishing in January 2019

Issue 22 | Summer 2019

All Roads Lead to Blood

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A review of Bonnie Chau's short stories published by Santa Fe Writers Project

Issue 21 | Winter 2019

Wild Milk

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Brief review of Sabrina Orah Mark's short stories published by Dorothy, a publishing project

Issue 20 | Fall 2018

Lovepain

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Brief review of Curtis Smith's novel published by Braddock Avenue Books

Issue 20 | Fall 2018

Communion

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Brief review of Nashon Cook's collection published by Shabda Press

Book Review: THERE SHOULD BE FLOWERS by J. Jennifer Espinoza

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There Should be Flowers by Joshua Jennifer Espinoza Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2016 $15.95 Joshua Jennifer Espinoza’s There Should Be Flowers is an unyielding call for compassion in a world that continuously tries to suppress the voices of marginalized groups. The collection outlines her journey from a young boy whose silence is protection to a woman …