Reviews

Issue #1, 2015

The Beauty of This World by Rosemary Zurlo-Cuva, reviewed by John Olski

a berserker stuck in traffic by Erik Richardson, reviewed by Kathleen Serley

Blood, Sparrows and Sparrows by Eugenia Leigh, reviewed by Steve Schauz

The Book of Big Dog Town: Poems and Stories from Aztalan and Around by Jim Stevens, reviewed by Mary Riley

The Career of Snow by Erika Meyers, reviewed by John Olski

Cold Mountain 2000: Han Shan in the City by Charlie Rossiter, reviewed by Ramona Davis

Credo for the Checkout Line in Winter by Maryann Corbett, reviewed by Judy Swann

Dangerous Enough by Alison Stone, reviewed by Melissa George

Each Other’s Anodyne by Marnie Dresser, reviewed by Judy Barisonzi

Endlessly by Steve Stratton, reviewed by Cory Widmayer

Hangover by Benjamin Lipman, reviewed by Andrew Martinez

In This Place: Selected Poems 1982-2013 by Tom Montag, reviewed by Kathleen Eull

The Knife Collector by Jesse Breite, reviewed by Frederick Kreutz

Life Work by Charlotte Mandel, reviewed by Athena Kildegaard

Masquerades and Misdemeanors by Hartford Avenue Poets, reviewed by Mary Riley

Mnemosyne, The Long Traverse by Carolyn Clark, reviewed by Alex Brown

Or Replica by Paige Taggart, reviewed by Molly Walsh

Presences by Caroline Collins, reviewed by Judy Swann

Remarks and Reflections by Kirby Congdon, reviewed by Cayla Weltzin

This Land Is Not My Land, 2nd Edition by A.D. Winans, reviewed by Margaret Rozga

Transport of the Aim by Maxine Silverman, reviewed by Freesia McKee

When the World Was Rear Wheel Drive by Timothy Walsh, reviewed by Tori Grant Welhouse

With the People from the Bridge by Dimitris Lyacos, reviewed by Judy Swann

Yankee Broadcast Network by John Buckley and Martin Ott, reviewed by Molly Walsh

 

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