Monthly Archives: July, 2015

Book Reviews

Review by Mara I. Amster  – It has long been my pleasure to introduce upper-level students to my colleague Bunny Goodjohn’s first novel, Sticklebacks and Snow Globes (The Permanent Press, 2007). The novel brings readers into the 1970s world of…

Book Reviews

Review by Carole Mertz – Williams’ poems move from death to life and from life to death as she traverses themes of miscarriage, fertility in woman and in earth, scenes of grief, but scant joy. A tone of quiet regret…

Book Reviews

Review by B.A. Goodjohn …Would you ever / like to glide through passageways / and aisles of night / tossing the hours behind you like confetti / or blossoms, / while below you / the sea sprawls—a voluminous train rippling…

Authors' Notes

Author’s Note: Gabriella Burman on her book of essays, Michaela I set out to write a memoir after the death of my daughter, and that is still the plan, but the task of completing a book length project while also…