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Knock-knock by Owen Lewis

Review of Owen Lewis’s new book of poems Knock-knock

Colin Harrington reviews Knock-knock by Owen Lewis in Ink Sweat and Tears. “The epigraph to Owen Lewis’s new work of poetry, Knock-knock (Dos Madres Press, 2024), makes reference to a quote from the Porter in

Knock-knock by Owen Lewis

Dennis Daly reviews Knock-knock by Owen Lewis

Knock-knock, Owen Lewis’s new book of poems is reviewed by Dennnis Daly in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. “Does surpassing life’s expectancy bestow any extraordinary blessings of goodness or happiness or vitality? Probably

Spooky Action by John Mulrooney

A review of Spooky Action by John Mulrooney in The Arts Fuse

Michael Londra reviews Spooky Action by John Mulrooney in The Arts Fuse – Boston’s Premier Online Arts Magazine. Spooky Action succeeds at its ‘unreasonable’ mission — to supply poetry that sears the mind, charms the heart,

Circulation by Ken Autrey is reviewed in the Alabama Writers Forum

Edward Journey reviews Ken Aurtrey’s new book of poetry titled Circulation in the Alabama Writers Forum. In his poem “Mnemonist,” Ken Autrey evokes a man “whose mind / will not forget,” even as the words of

Steady by Anne Whitehouse

Anne Whitehouse is reviewed in the latest issue of Alabama Writers Forum

Nancy Owen Nelson reviews Steady Anne Whitehouse’s latest collection of poems in the Alabama Writers Forum. Anne Whitehouse’s collection Steady is difficult to pigeonhole, given the variety of content in the volume. While the poems are largely narrative

Went Like It Came by Geoffrey O'Brien

A review of Geoffrey O’Brien’s Went Like It Came in Restless Messengers

Donald Revell reviews Geoffrey O’Brien’s new book of poetry Went Like It Came. “I regard the poet as the best of all critics.”—Baudelaire As English Departments inexorably abandon Texts in favor of spectral canons of

Some Words on Those Wars by John Matthias

John Matthias’s Some Words On Those Wars is reviewed in The Fortnightly Review

Garin Cycholl reviews Some Words On Those Wars by John Matthias. We kill at a distance, complicit both in the act and its reach. Take the distance of Homer’s warriors versus medieval archers, artillery gunners,

Steady by Anne Whitehouse

Steady by Anne Whitehouse is reviewed in Exist Otherwise

Eric Jennings reviews Anne Whitehouse’s Steady in the literary journal Exist Otherwise. Anne Whitehouse’s poetry collection, Steady, isn’t a poetry collection. Rather, it isn’t just a poetry collection. I, perhaps naively, set about reading it

To Sleep in the Horse's Belly by George Kalamaras

To Sleep In The Horse’s Belly by George Kalamaras is featured in the North American Review

Anthony Seidman reviews George Kalmaras’s To Sleep In The Horse’s Belly in the North American Review. George Kalamaras has proved to be a formidable and unique presence in English-language North American poetry, starting from the 1990s

Thought Despairiments by Larry Laurence

Thought Despairiments by Larry Laurence is featured in Raven Chronicles Press

Steve Potter reviews Larry Laurence’s Thought Despairiments in Raven Chronicles Press. “If one were to devise a big feels vs. deep thoughts metric for works of literature, one might be tempted to place Larry Laurence’s