Monthly Archives: April, 2017

Book Reviews

Review by Lara Lillibridge Carol Smallwood has published numerous titles of nonfiction and poetry—over five dozen according to this book’s About the Author page. Smallwood’s Women on Poetry: Tips on Writing, Revising, Publishing and Teaching is on Poets & Writers…

Events

Mom Egg Review at CLMP PRESS FEST! Celebrate indie lit with us at CLMP’s PRESS FEST!, an event of PEN World Voices Festival’s renowned Lit Crawl NYC. It’s a big small press block party in NYC on Friday, May 5, 4…

Book Reviews

Review by Judith Swann In the the past 400 years, ventriloquism has outgrown its association with demons in the belly and has come to be associated with funfairs, vaudeville, Shari Lewis, Paul Winchell, the Letterman show (after Willie Tyler was…

Book Reviews

Review by Libby Maxey Christine Stewart Nuñez published three poetry collections prior to Bluewords Greening, yet this latest book feels like a life’s work. It encompasses years of motherhood clouded by the struggle to understand and cope with both her…

Book Reviews

Review by Mindy Kronenberg Objects in Vases reminds us how startling realizations can be summoned from our observed and disseminated domestic lives, narratives of both the trapped and treasured truths of ourselves. These revelations of family, romance, and selfhood come…

M.A.M.A.

Jane Glennie and Sarah Ghoshal Art by Jane Glennie Container//contained 2012-2014 In psychoanalysis the container-contained notion, as introduced by Wilfred Bion, holds a neutral position, without judgement, that can be used as an approach to the analysis process. Reading texts through this…