Reviews

Our Irrevocable Needs

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Barnburner (Elixir Press, 2018) by Erin Hoover “Barnburner is not your grandfather’s apple orchard,” the introduction to Barnburner states, and this was as good…

Filth And Glory

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WITCH by Rebecca Tamás (Penned in the Margins, 2019) In her debut collection, WITCH, Rebecca Tamás explores history, language, nature and the body through the lens…

Between Becoming

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A Review of Eve Luckring’s The Tender Between that Begins and Ends Nearly as Many Times as the Book Has Sections Ornithopter Press, 2018…

A Bloody Mess

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Betty Sue is fixing a roast, in honor of Wynette who died last Tuesday. The meal will be a stick-to-your-ribs affair—beef with potatoes and…