Steady by Anne Whitehouse

Review of Steady by Anne Whitehouse in Bibliotekos

Anne Whitehouse’s recent book of poetry titled Steady is reviewed in Bibliotekos by Andrew Taylor. Though the title poem in Anne Whitehouse’s collection is offered near the end of the book. I couldn’t help but

Spooky Action by John Mulrooney

Spooky Action by John Mulrooney is reviewed in The Arts Fuse

Spooky Action by John Mulrooney is reviewed by Michael Londra in The Arts Fuse – Boston’s Premier Online Arts Magazine. Spooky Action, John Mulrooney’s latest book of poetry, contains his finest verse to date. And

Already Long Ago by David Giannini

Review of David Giannini’s latest book of poetry Already Long Ago

Bill Everhart reviews David Giannini’s Already Long Ago in the Berkshire Eagle. The multiverse is all the rage in summer movie blockbusters and it’s a concept that Berkshire poet David Giannini likes to explore as

Amiss by Gina Ferrara

Poem by Gina Ferrara is featured in Autumn Sky Poetry Daily

Gina Ferrara’s poem “Honestly Fabricated” from her most recent book of poems, Amiss appears in the June 17 issue of Autumn Sky Poetry Daily.

Already Long Ago by David Giannini

Review in The Berkshire Edge of Already Long Ago by David Giannini

Hannah Van Sickle reviews David Giannini’s new book of poetry, Already Long Ago. By my recollection, it was not long ago that I last had the pleasure of reading a slim volume of poetry penned

Psalms Composed in Utter Darkness by Dennis Daly

Dennis Daly’s new book of poetry Psalms Composed in Utter Darkness is featured in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Psalms Composed in Utter Darkness by Dennis Daly is reviewed by Ed Meek in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene New England poet Dennis Daly, like John Milton in Paradise Lost, uses the

My Report from the Uwharries by Irene Mitchell

My Report from the Unwharries by Irene Mitchell is reviewed in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Dennis Daly reviews My Report from the Unwharries, poems by Irene Mitchell, in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. Ranging over and through the world of the imagination, gathering details, and illuminating the

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Sarah White’s A Poem Has Reasons: A Story of Far Love is reviewed by Ricardo Nerenberg

Ricardo Nerenberg, in the journal Off Course, reviews A Poem Has Reason: A Story of Far Love A Poem Has Reasons, Dos Madres Press, Loveland, Ohio, 2022, dedicated to Sarah’s mother, is both a collection

Traverse by Jane Augustine

Jane Augustine’s life, poetry, and scholarship is featured in the current issue of Persimmon Tree

Cynthia Hogue writes in Persimmon Tree about the poet and scholar Jane Augustine. (Jane Augustine is also the author of High Desert, and Traverse, both published by Dos Madres Press.) I met featured poet Jane Augustine first

The Dawn of Nothing Important by David Giannini

David Giannini’s book of poems The Dawn of Nothing Important is reviewed in the Daily Hampshire Gazette

Steve Pfarrer reviews The Dawn of Nothing Important by David Giannini in the Daily Hampshire Gazette.