Embracing the Sprawl: Robert Boswell’s Tumbledown

    In my mid twenties I lived in Los Angeles for a few years, long enough to grow accustomed to the sprawl that reached in all directions, inhibited only by mountain ranges and the ocean. The human mind has an incessant need to categorize, not excepting...

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...

Review of Sidewalk Dancing by Letitia Moffitt

    In Sidewalk Dancing, Letitia Moffitt gives us scenes from the lives of a family of three, telling their story in a collection of tales. The stories, most of which have been individually published in magazines, work on their own though they are best read...
Review of The Biology of Luck by Jacob M. Appel

Review of The Biology of Luck by Jacob M. Appel

    To summarize the plot of Jacob M. Appel’s second novel, The Biology of Luck, is difficult, in large part because while there is the arc of a story within it, that arc is danced around and played upon by such a wild menagerie of characters and events that...
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