Review of  Earth Again by Chris Dombrowksi

Review of Earth Again by Chris Dombrowksi

             I came to wailing last night and now am certain that what I thought          was shallow water rushing over stones, the current embracing my          tightening form, was really mother-hush, her small arms holding          me a little longer here....
A Review of Gaze by Christopher Howell

A Review of Gaze by Christopher Howell

    Divided into three parts, or ‘lives’ (the afterlife, the other life, and the inner life), Gaze reads as one poet’s quest to recover a lost idea of home. Through color-soaked memories of childhood filled with characters we come to recognize (a grandfather, a...
Slow Burn: A Review of The Newlyweds by Nell Freudenberger

Slow Burn: A Review of The Newlyweds by Nell Freudenberger

    Last year, Nell Freudenberger, hailed by Granta as one of the Best Young American novelists and distinguished by the New Yorker as one of the “20 under 40,”  released the novel The Newlyweds. Her previous two books were New York Times Book Review Notables. She...
Review of Silvertone by Dzvina Orlowsky

Review of Silvertone by Dzvina Orlowsky

             Our worried faces fall          through my memory          like confetti: who would inherit          our mother’s long-stemmed black rose,          her dark caterpillar brows arched          above her eyes staring          deep into my blue as if asking:...