The past, made remote by distance, isn’t ready yet to be forgotten. And the present is floating, suspended, if disjointed from its roots.
Sarah Selecky’s Radiant Shimmering Light is as nourishing as a cup of rooibos tea infused with elderflower essence
Go Ahead in the Rain is ostensibly a book about A Tribe Called Quest, but at its core it’s a meditation on how we use music to connect us to the past, especially with people from the past who are no longer in the present.
Let me blunt: if you are a man, you need to read this.
Talking to Squirrels 98 Pages Spartan Press, 2019 $15.00 ISBN: 978-1946642981 Postmarked Home: New and Selected Poems 1979–2019 182 Pages Spartan Press, 2019 $22.00 ISBN: 978-1950380084 Michael Hathaway could very […]
I’m Fine and Neither Are You By Camille Pagán 270 Pages Lake Union Publishing, 2019 $24.95 ISBN-13: 978-1542042550 “Marriage is hard work,” Camille Pagán writes in her latest novel, I’m […]
Krughoff is no stranger to stories that highlight unique and under-heard voices.
And So We Die, Having First Slept delivers a love story in which love is portrayed not by romance, desire, or grand gesture, but is defined by acceptance, commitment, and beating the odds.
Does salvation-through-shopping actually work?
The Crossing by Joseph Fasano Cider Press Review, 2018 $17.95 ISBN: 978-1-930781-53-5 On the cover of Joseph Fasano’s The Crossing, a detail of Adam and Eve by Andrey Mironov reads […]