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.
Every story has a slight twinge of unreality to it, but at the same time hums with an inescapable, gritty humanity.
Seven Years to Zero is just that: a way to float, to imagine, to dream, even as the sky crashes down.
This is not a collection of stories overly dependent on plot; these are stories that attain their power through description, through syntax.
Among the Wild Mulattos stands as its own style, its own genre, its own unique voice.
Kinda Sorta American Dream by Steve Karas 242 Pages Tailwind Press $14.00, softcover ISBN-13: 978-0996717502 [Warning: Slight spoilers ahead] A better title for Kinda Sorta American Dream […]
Crixa, poems By Megan Hudgins (winner of the 2014 Two of Cups Press chapbook contest) 28 Pages Two of Cups Press, 2015 $12.00 https://twoofcupspress.wordpress.com/titles/ In Crixa (Two of […]