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Poetry

Libby Maxey Contrafactum “Every house has its particular orchestra.” —Sylvia Townsend Warner in the woods, a bear bell’s chunnering drone the flickers’ enfilade in the garden, a chiming gamelan wind wash in the leaves inside, outside’s company now that…

Book Reviews

Review by Carole Mertz It’s a welcome experience to discover so fine a collection of contemporary poetry written entirely in sonnet form. Kairos is a remarkable volume whose voice also reflects the training and inclinations of a classical musician.…

Online Quarterly

MER VOX Quarterly – Spring 2020 Visions of Home: A MER VOX Poetry Folio Featuring Melissa Andres,Elana Bell, Ann Farley, Melissa Joplin Higley, Jennifer Schomburg Kanke, Veronica Kornberg, Libby Maxey, Jendi Reiter, Margaret Rozga, Brad Shurmantine, Tezozomoc, Pramila Venkateswaran,…

Curated

Visions of Home: A Poetry Folio This spring, in print and online, Mom Egg Review and MER VOX consider the many facets of HOME. The poets in this folio explore, among other issues, the mother’s body as home,…

Book Reviews

Review by Libby Maxey A Stone to Carry Home, Andrea Potos’s seventh poetry collection, is the perfect read for mothers seeing children off to college this fall. Although the airy, Mediterranean cover photo might suggest that these poems will…

Events

For Immediate Release: MOM EGG REVIEW WRITERS TO READ ABOUT MOTHERS’ WORK (AND PLAY) AT POETS HOUSE JUNE 2 Mom Egg Review celebrates MER 16, themed MOTHERS WORK/MOTHERS PLAY, with a reading by contributors at Poets House, 11 River Terrace,…

Back Issues

Introducing Mom Egg Review 16 – MOTHERS WORK MOTHERS PLAY This issue of Mom Egg Review looks at PLAY and WORK through the lens of motherhood.  Celebrated and emerging literary writers explore the following themes: The work of mothering, of…

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…

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