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Book Reviews

Review by Jennifer Martelli In her poem, “Hurricane Necklace,” Rebecca Hart Olander writes Remember how you made those block cities, and my boyfriend knocked them down for you with a strand of Mardi Gras beads, shiny purple…

Book Reviews

Review by Tasslyn Magnusson I have a special place in my heart for “definition poems.” It’s what I call poems that take the idea to lay out the meaning of a word and repurpose that definition for their poem and…

Book Reviews

Review by Jennifer Martelli In the twenty Elizabethan sonnets that make up Infinite Collisions, Issa M. Lewis explores family, home, progress and time. The narrator asks, “What holds a house together?” (Sonnet X, 15). Land is carved up and tamed;…

Back Issues

Mom Egg Review Vol. 15 Our fifteenth annual issue includes work about pregnancy, birth, parenting, nurturing elders. MER is about mothers’ work, as mothers and in the world, as artists, and as citizens of our planet. Explore the many voices of…