Reviews

Mouthful of Flesh

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“I’m trying not to / make this a metaphor,” Kristin George Bagdanov writes in “Swallow,” one of many razor-sharp poems in her collection Fossils...

The Language of God

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How can people maintain their faith when the world is increasingly secular and known through science? That is the central question Roger Haight seeks…

We Are Appalachia

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“I am Appalachia… How can you find rapport with me— You, who never stood in the bowels of hell, Never felt a mountain shake…

The Human Impossibility

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Content warning: suicide In inventive narratives reminiscent of Russell Edson’s work, in Blue Whale Phenomena, Steve Castro contemplates questions of life and death, order...