Monthly Archives: May, 2020

Book Reviews

Prime Meridian by Connie Post

Review by Barbara Ellen Sorensen In Connie Post’s Prime Meridian, I lost count of how many times she used the words “falling” and “broken.” In the poet’s world everything is tenuous. Everything is breaking or about to break, is…

Book Reviews

Before the Fevered Snow by Megan Merchant

Review by Sherre Vernon Megan Merchant is an editor at Pirene’s Fountain and The Comstock Review and holds an MFA from UNLV and is the author Gravel Ghosts (2016), The Dark’s Humming (2017), Grief Flowers (2018) and Before…

Book Reviews

Let X = X by Cleveland Wall

Review by Tasslyn Magnusson When I asked to review this collection, I’ll admit, I’d forgotten exactly what the phrase, “let X equal something” meant, but I knew it was math. I’ve heard of math-based poetry – could this be…

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Asking the Form by Hilary Sallick

Review by Michelle Wilbert   A number of years ago, I read a book by noted Quaker author Parker Palmer entitled Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation. In it, the following seminal quote: “Before you tell…

Events

Voices from HOME- A Virtual Reading From MER 18

Mom Egg Review Proudly Presents Voices from Home A Virtual Reading from MER 18 – HOME Issue Mom Egg Review celebrates its HOME issue with a virtual reading by contributing writers and poets. When the theme for this year’s…

HOME Virtual Reading

Lan Tran – Sewn

Lan Tran Sewn From Mom Egg Review 18 – HOME  Lan Tran’s writing has previously been anthologized in A New Literary History of America (Harvard University Press, 2009) and Waking Up American (Seal Press, 2005). Lan has also also…

HOME Virtual Reading

Ingrid Wendt – Leaving the House

Ingrid Wendt Leaving the House From Mom Egg Review 18 – HOME  Ingrid Wendt, Leaving the House from Ingrid Wendt on Vimeo. Ingrid Wendt (Eugene, Oregon) and her late husband, writer Ralph Salisbury, once rescued an old house from…

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