Review of As Sweet as Honey by Indira Ganesan

Review of As Sweet as Honey by Indira Ganesan

    Readers of Indira Ganesan’s latest novel, As Sweet as Honey, will find themselves in Pi, “the tiniest crescent-shaped bindi above the eyebrows to Sri Lanka’s tear, a small spit of an island floating in the Bay of Bengal, resembling Madras when Madras was Madras...
The Elimination Diet

The Elimination Diet

    He was cannonballed out of oblivion six weeks early, slick and bloody, head ripe as a cherry, neck raw where his life cord had nearly choked him in the womb. His mother said he had “ancient eyes” and named him after a great-uncle who’d been gassed in Auschwitz....
Knot

Knot

              I stuffed your hair           in my jacket pocket.             Stroked its feathers and told stories           about a dark snorting horse             the birds watch and the flies heckle.           I still get the knots inside             when I stroke....
These Things Take Time

These Things Take Time

    There were five Schlegel sisters and they all grew up and moved away, two to Europe, one to Texas, another to California and the last one across town, to a condo on Roswell Road. Two of them had graduate degrees. One was a CPA, another a PhD. Three of them were...
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,...
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