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Two Henry Weinfield poems, “When the Dark Days Come”, and “As the Crow Flies” are featured in The David M. Katz Poetry Blog

David Katz introduces Henry Weinfield’s “When the Dark Days Come”, and “As the Crow Flies”, both appearing in The David M. Katz Poetry Blog. When the dark days come, what will remain?” Henry Weinfield was

Crossing Mexico: Diario Mexicano by Donald Wellman

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

Crossing Mexico: Diario Mexicano by Donald Wellman is reviewed by Gregary J. Rolos in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. “Donald Wellman’s new work, Crossing Mexico: Diario Mexicano has transported me to Mexico, a place I’ve

Who Goes There by Geoffrey O'Brien

Who Goes There by Geoffrey O’Brien is reviewed in the blog Restless Messengers

Geoffrey O’Brien’s Who Goes There is reviewed by Joseph Donahue in Restless Messenger: Poetry in Review. The interrogative of the title alerts us, yes, to “who” goes there, but also, given the poet involved in

Outside from the Inside by Anne Whitehouse

Anne Whitehouse’s Outside from the Inside is reviewed in Streetlight

Outside from the Inside is reviewed by Nancy Ludmerer in Streetlight Magazine. Anne Whitehouse’s moving new poetry collection, Outside from the Inside (Dos Madres Press, 2020), takes us on four journeys, each with its pains and losses,

Outside from the Inside by Anne Whitehouse

Outside from the Inside is reviewed in Open:Journal of Arts and Letters

Laura Salvatore reviews Anne Whitehouse’s Outside from the Inside in Open:Journal of Arts and Letters. The title of Anne Whitehouse’s newest collection of poems Outside from the Inside comes from a letter that sculptor Isamu

Field Light by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis is a featured author in the Berkshire Edge’s Berkshire Reads

Owen Lewis is interviewed about his book of poems Field Light in the Berkshire Edge’s Berkshire Reads. TBE: Briefly, tell us what this book is about. OL: Field Light is a book of and about

Milky Way Accent by Bob Snyder

Review in My Appalachian Life of Milky Way Accent by Bob Snyder

Milky Way Accent by Bob Snyder is reviewed in My Appalachian Life by Roger D. Hicks Nearly two months ago, on October 2, 2020, I received in my mail as a total surprise a copy

Outside from the Inside by Anne Whitehouse

Anne Whitehouse’s Outside from the Inside is reviewed in Bilbliotekos

Evan Nicholls reviews Anne Whitehouse’s Outside from the Inside in Bibliotekos. Anne Whitehouse’s new book of poetry, Outside From the Inside, is a many-legged thing. Maybe, it’s something like Whitman’s spider, launching “filament, filament, filament,

Field Light by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis’s Field Light is reviewed on the Medical Humanities Blog

Field Light by Owen Lewis is reviewed by Dr. Robert C. Abrams M.D. “At the heart of Owen Lewis’ latest collection of poems, Field Light, is the story of a middle-aged man at a multi-focal impasse—emotional,

Library of My Hands by Joseph Heithaus

Joseph Heithause’s Library Of My Hands is reviewed in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Dennis Daly reviews Library Of My Hands by Joseph Heithaus in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. lluminated wonder. Musical sparkle. The transcendent light within everyone. These are the objects of Joseph Heithaus’ collection