Review of Failure and I Bury the Body by Sasha West

Review of Failure and I Bury the Body by Sasha West

  Sasha West has chosen an unlikely, yet intriguing, travel companion in her poetry collection, Failure and I Bury the Body from Harper Perennial. Selected by D. Nurske as a winner of the 2012 National Poetry Series, West’s collection details a speaker’s misadventures...
Review of Figures for an Apocalypse by Edward Mullany

Review of Figures for an Apocalypse by Edward Mullany

  If the world were to end right now, there is a great likelihood each of us may feel like the poems in Edward Mullany’s newest collection, Figures for an Apocalypse (Publishing Genius, 2013). We would become more concerned with the world around us to ensure survival....
Review of  Echo, Echo, Light by Kit Frick

Review of Echo, Echo, Light by Kit Frick

  The moon is cyclical in nature and Kit Frick has brought it to a new phase with Echo, Echo, Light. The winner of the 2nd Annual Slope Editions Chapbook Prize, Echo, Echo, Light is a series of twenty poems that interrogate language, exploration, space, and the self....