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.
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 […]
I was intrigued by the premise of a young Manhattanite trying to “hibernate” for a year, as a way of resetting herself emotionally.
I think more highly of Heart X-rays now in my eighty-fourth year than I thought of Allen Ginsberg’s Howl when I heard him read it in 1956.
Lambert is a skillful writer who wields her powers with wisdom and grace
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 […]
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 […]