The leper character could be a kissing cousin of the anonymous narrator of Dostoyevsky’s Notes from Underground, giving voice to his sense of alienation, a worthy and weirdly satisfying collection.
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 […]
It is surely an act of chutzpah or orneriness to write an entire book of poems about sharks.
A Camouflage of Specimens and Garments by Jennifer Militello 86 Pages Tupelo Press, 2016 $15.98 ISBN-13: 978-1936797752 Dense and daring, A Camouflage of Specimens and Garments is the third collection of […]
Yet for all the giddy uses of the archaic, “Life After Rugby” stays contemporary due in part to its odes to movies, singers, and celebrities.
Metaphor is so rich, in Jones’ poetry, it can’t be isolated.
Northeast, Pennsylvania is becoming increasingly important in my work.
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 […]
There would never be any room for you in this world.
Only in our legends would we allow you to dwell.
The Obligatory Garnish Argument by Meg Ronan Springgun Press, 2014 $16.00 ISBN: 978-0-9832218-8-3 I don’t know why I read poetry. It rarely instructs or informs; it frequently complicates before it […]