This is not a collection of stories overly dependent on plot; these are stories that attain their power through description, through syntax.
Joseph by Dena Rash Guzman Hologram Press (2017) 112 Pages ISBN: 9780998456713 It wouldn’t be contentious to say the political poem has changed dramatically this century. While there is still the […]
Pax Americana takes place in the year 2034, a spy thriller featuring an alternate history America fresh off of years of Evangelical, right-wing rule.
The nine stories in So Many True Believers explore topics that are often left unexamined for fear of discovering what lies behind the thin, almost translucent, veil of the human psyche
At the heart of this collection is the search for the shared sense of humanity and compassion that fiction provides us. These essays remind us that stories give us a way to connect rather than to escape.
Borderlands and Crossroads: Writing the Motherland Edited by Jane Satterfield and Laurie Kruk Demeter Press, 2016 282 pages, $34.95 978-1772580242 While there have been a variety of published and quality anthologies […]
In this collection, the idea returned to most is our need to make loss feel significant and to keep it so.
As anyone who reads Simpson’s memoir will discover, its pages aren’t filled with sharp-tongued lessons on using English words correctly. Instead, they’re printed with personal and engaging stories that not only entertain readers but cleverly inform them, as well.
Blue Field by Elise Levine Biblioasis, 2016 200 Pages, $14.95 978-1771961516 Elise Levine’s Blue Field starts slow, setting up its characters and their relationships carefully, like dominoes to be […]
I’ll Tell You in Person by Chloe Caldwell 164 pages Coffee House Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-1566894531 When Chloe Caldwell was writing her third book, I’ll Tell You in Person, […]