Review of THE LOSS OF ALL LOST THINGS by Amina Gautier

Review of THE LOSS OF ALL LOST THINGS by Amina Gautier

The Loss of All Lost Things by Amina Gautier Elixir Press. 2015. Maybe there is no hierarchy of suffering, no hierarchy of loss. Then again, of course there is. In “Lost and Found,” the first story in Amina Gautier’s lovely collection, The Loss of All Lost Things, a...
Review of DESOLATION OF AVENUES UNTOLD by Brandon Hobson

Review of DESOLATION OF AVENUES UNTOLD by Brandon Hobson

Desolation of Avenues Untold by Brandon Hobson Civil Coping Mechanisms. 2015. I’m probably not the intended audience for Desolation of Avenues Untold, by Brandon Hobson, though my experience of reading the book was singular. It’s a decidedly unusual work of fiction, a...
A Review of Lincoln Michel’s Upright Beasts

A Review of Lincoln Michel’s Upright Beasts

Upright Beasts by Lincoln Michel Coffee House Press. 2015   Blurbs of Lincoln Michel’s Upright Beasts include the words “haunting” and “sinister.” His stories indeed have dark underpinnings, yet I finished this collection feeling more comforted than disturbed....
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