TO TRACY LIKE/TO LIKE/LIKE is a peculiar and personal meditation that sets its sights on the external colossus of a patriarchy in a way that is both politically charged and fun to read
To Love a Stranger By Kris Faatz 366 Pages Blue Moon Publishers, 2017 $19.99 978-1988279190 To Love A Stranger, the debut novel by Kris Faatz, presents a story full of love, […]
This is Memorial Device By David Keenan 298 Pages London: Faber & Faber, 2017 ISBN-13: 978-0-571-34017-0 The Commitments aside, rock novels tend to avoid head-on attempts to convey the most […]
The narrative reads like a dream. An old story told by an ancestor. A rumor. Observation is at the core of it all.
Each tiny tale packs a punch, so what can a collection of more than a hundred 100-word stories do?
The word “narcissist” gets bandied about to explain personality traits from the benign to the sociopathic.
The audience is treated to a very detailed and personal style of world building, founding this reality’s version of Cincinnati (and beyond) on wherever Owen takes the us.
In the Shadow of 10,000 Hills By Jennifer Haupt 384 Pages Central Avenue Publishing, 2018 $15.95 978-1771681339 It is one of the enduring mysteries of the human heart that grief […]
Circadian By Chelsey Clammer 176 PP Red Hen Press, 2017 $14.95 ISBN-13: 978-1597096034 Circadian by Chelsey Clammer is a book that pushes boundaries – of genre, of subject and of […]
Every story has a slight twinge of unreality to it, but at the same time hums with an inescapable, gritty humanity.