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 […]
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.
It’s refreshing to get a perspective on military life that transcends sweeping policies and a culture of toxic masculinity to thoughtfully examine the complications of coming of age in the climate of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
Fish is skilled at using small twists to make every story its own micro-masterpiece.
Silver Girl is not escapism—it is the fictionalization of real-life.
The structure of the novel is a daring one. The narrative makes bold choices at the outset.
Lovepain is a short, easily digestible, novel, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t sophisticated or complex.
Each tiny tale packs a punch, so what can a collection of more than a hundred 100-word stories do?
Seven Years to Zero is just that: a way to float, to imagine, to dream, even as the sky crashes down.