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An Interview With Katie Manning

Interview with Katie Manning on her Poetry Chapbook 28,065 Nights by Eric Van Gorden and Makenzie McGee   In a previous visit with us, you said that “Your Death Explained in Birds” was originally placed at the end of the…

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Cleave by Tiana Nobile

Review by Michele Sharpe Cleave is a poetry collection of magnitude and fascination, spanning continents, history, and personal obsessions. I started reading it one evening after dinner and stayed up late with it, still reading. As poet Gabrielle Calvocoressi notes…

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The Lost Brother Alphabet by Kathy Engel

Review by Alison Meyers Fiercely lyrical is the phrase that comes to mind when I consider the whole of Kathy Engel’s The Lost Brother Alphabet, a multi-layered poetry collection as elegiac and intimate as it is politically urgent, as temporal…

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Oona by Alice Lyons

Review by Celia Jeffries Although there are two O’s in Oona, the title of Alice Lyons’ extraordinary debut novel, that vowel never appears within the pages of the book itself. It’s a testament to Lyons’ talent that this reader did…

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The Pact by Jennifer Militello

Review by Lisa C. Taylor This stunner of a collection by the award-winning author of four previous poetry collections brings the reader into a conjured world of broken agreements, abuse, and mental illness, crafted with a deft and original…

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Viable by Chloe Yelena Miller

Review by DeMisty D. Bellinger In Viable, Chloe Yelena Miller gives herself space to mourn, celebrate, and atone. This debut full-length collection is a candid chronicle of Miller’s experiences with miscarriage, pregnancy, and new motherhood. Miller finds the melody in…

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