Category: Reviews

Thirty-Six / Two Lives - A Poetic Dialogue by Norman Finkelstein and Tirzah Goldenberg

Thirty/Six Two Lives – a Poetic Dialogue is reviewed in ē · rā/ tiō

Ralph La Charity reviews Thirty/Six/ Two Lives – a Poetic Dialogue by Norman Finkelstein and Tirzah Goldenberg. Ralph La Charity is also the author of Farewellia a la Aralee, Litanies said Handely, and Blood Vertigo,

The Album by Peg Boyers

Peg Boyers’ The Album is reviewed in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Dennis Daly reviews Peg Boyers’ new book of poetry, The Album in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. Never have I read ekphrastic poems so undetachable from the sources of their inspiration. It

The Parting Present / Lo que se irá by Manuel Iris

The Parting Present / Lo Que Se Ira by Manuel Iris is reviewed in The Athens News

Bonnie Proudfoot reviews The Parting Present / Lo Que Se Ira by Manuel Iris in the Athens News, December 9 issue. The first thing a reader notices about The Parting Present / Lo Que Se Ira

Vanishing Points by Gary Metras

Vanishing Points by Gary Metras is reviewed in Boston Area Small Press & Poetry Scene

Ruth Hoberman reviews Gary Metras’s Vanishing Points in Boston Area Small Press & Poetry Scene. Gary Metras has been an essential part of the Massachusetts poetry scene for decades. A widely published poet, for forty

The Butcher's Reincarnation: Visions of the Nuclear Age by Óscar Hahn

The Butcher’s Reincarnation is reviewed in Ezra: An Online Journal of Translation

Clara Burghelea reviews The Butcher’s Reincarnation: Visions of the Nuclear Age, by Óscar Hahn, translated by G. J. Racz in issue 15.2 (2021) of Ezra: An Online Journal of Translation. Review THE BUTCHER’S REINCARNATION: VISIONS

Hotel Montparnasse by John Bradley

John Bradley’s book of poems Hotel Montparnasse is reviewed in Scene 4

Hotel Montparnasse by John Bradley is reviewed by Karen Alenier in Scene 4. “Hotel Montparnasse: Letters to César Vallejo  by John Bradley is bewildering in the way George Saunders Lincoln in the Bardo is with its cast of

Many to Remember by Rachel Kaufman

Rachel Kaufman’s book of poetry Many to Remember is reviewed in Restless Messengers

Many to Remember by Rachel Kaufman is given two reviews, one by Kristen Renzi, and  the other by James Berger in Restless Messengers – Poetry in Review. Roots and deracination. Histories that have not/are not

& Company by Moira Linehan

Dennis Daly Reviews & Company by Moira Linehan

& Company by Moira Linehan is reviewed by Dennis Daly in Boston Area Small Press & Poetry Scene. Elegant beyond elegance. Moira Linehan stitches together a palimpsest biography of her mother’s mother, Marie Louise Raimbault Wacha,

In Praise of Manhattan by David M. Katz

Courtesy of American Book Review, David Katz’s In Praise of Manhattan is reviewed by Hilane-Levine Keating

Hilane-Levine Keating’s review of David Katz’s In Praise of Manhattan, titled Manahatta is featured in the American Book Review, and David Katz’s POETRY BLOG. When his fourth book of poems, In Praise of Manhattan, appeared

In A Moment We May Be Strangely Blended by David Giannini

Donald J. McNutt Reviews In a Moment We May Be Strangely Blended By David Giannini

David Giannini’s originality as a poet becomes immediately evident within the title of In a Moment We May Be Strangely Blended. As I’ve noted before in these pages, Giannini is masterful at creating double meanings