My Oceanography By Harriet Levin 80 Pages CavanKerry, 2018 $16.00 ISBN-13: 978-1933880679 What do you know about Modernism? The Process Art Movement? How do you feel about Modern Art? You […]
Silver Girl is not escapism—it is the fictionalization of real-life.
On hurricane days my family drove to the beach, parked, and stared at the insanely huge waves, perfectly safe from wind and water in our car, but struck dumb.
Poetry and creative nonfiction are both about associations.
Smythe’s narrations about love, loss, loneliness, and time and are vivid.
Reviving the memory of the Grateful Dead, Robert Cooperman’s Saved by the Dead is a love song to more than the band, but to the fleeting nature of youth as well, his own.
It is surely an act of chutzpah or orneriness to write an entire book of poems about sharks.
No one talks about what Nana keeps in the basement.
The world has so many great stories, and to limit the tales based on what readers may want, instead of offering them fresh slices of life through story, is a huge mistake.
The novel is worth reading for its poetry, its structure that floats and fades and reforms and dissolves, and for its willingness to allow realism and ambiguity of character.