Category: Reviews

Born With by Michael Daley

Michael Daley’s Born With is reviewed in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Dennis Daly reviews Michael Daley’s Born With in the online journal Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. The art of narrative indirection requires not only a studied callousness, but also an abundance of fervor

Mayhap by David Giannini

David Giannini’s Mayhap: Selected Brief Poems is reviewed in Blueline Magazine

Donald McNutt reviews David Giannini’s book of poems titled Mayhap: Selected Brief Poems in Blueline Magazine. From Blueline: A Literary Magazine Dedicated to the Spirit of the Adirondacks, Volume 41, pp. 109- 112. “David Giannini’s Mayhap:

Constellations of Waking by Michael Heller

Michael Heller’s Constellations of Waking is reviewed in the Chicago Review

Michael Heller’s libretto, Constellations of Waking, is reviewed by Eric Hoffman in the Chicago Review. Constellations of Waking, Michael Heller’s libretto for composer Ellen Fishman Johnson’s opera concerning the life and work of Weimar philosopher,

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Owen Lewis’s Field Light is reviewed in Stay Thirsty Magazine

Abriana Jetté reviews Owen Lewis’s new book of poems in the online journal Stay Thirsty Magazine. Owen Lewis is also the author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, Best Man, and Marriage Map. Like a kaleidoscope,

Crossing Mexico: Diario Mexicano by Donald Wellman

Donald Wellman’s Crossing Mexico: Diario Mexicano is reviewed in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Gregory Wolos reviews Donald Wellman’s Crossing Mexico: Diario Mexicano in the online journal Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. Donald Wellman’s new work, Crossing Mexico: Diario Mexicano has transported me to Mexico, a place

Field Light by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis’s Field Light is reviewed in The Berkshire Edge

Joan Embree reviews Owen Lewis’s Field Light in The Berkshire Edge. “Field Light is an exquisitely rendered portrait of the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts, created with Owen Lewis’s inimitable blend of singular poetry and prose.

The Stones of Lifta by Marc Kaminsky

Sue Willis reviews The Stones of Lifta by Marc Kaminsky

The Stones of Lifta by Marc Kaminsky is reviewed on Sue Willis’s Blog site Books for Readers Issue 207: “Marc Kaminsky, the prolific poet, therapist, and student of life review, has a new book of

The Stones of Lifta by Marc Kaminsky

Lightwood Magazine reviews The Stones of Lifta by Marc Kaminsky

Marc Kaminsky’s The Stones of Lifta is reviewed in Lightwood Magazine. “While most books of poetry address our inner lives through image and language, others hold up a mirror to the outside world. Marc Kaminsky’s

Tiny Kites by Lucien Zell

Tiny Kites by Lucien Zell is reviewed in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Lucien Zell’s new book of poems Tiny Kites is reviewed by Aiden Andrew Dun in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. I flew home— then I flew from home— having found my home is

Indiana Hill Country Poems by Norbert Krapf

Norbert Krapf’s Indiana Hill Country Poems is reviewed in Indiana Author Awards

Norbert Krapf’s Indiana Hill Country Poems is reviewed by Edward Byrne in Indiana Author Awards. “Norbert Krapf deftly invites readers of his poetry to visit places personally important to him and to meet the people,