Review by Emily Corwin // August 29, 2016Nostrovia Press, June 2016Paperback, 30 pp. $5.00 What I love and admire about O’Neill’s poems is where they take me. Often, she starts with an image—such as the image of the “world’s smallest woman” in the opening poem—and this image quickly twists and leaps and transforms, bringing me […]
Review by Ryo Yamaguchi // August 15, 2016Edited by Fox Frazier-Foley and Erin Elizabeth SmithSundress Press, March 2016Paperback, 236 pp, $20.00 When I finished reading Political Punch: Contemporary Poems on the Politics of Identity, edited by Fox Frazier-Foley and Erin Elizabeth Smith, I was waiting for my partner in Daley Plaza in Chicago under its famed […]
Jason Linden teaches English and creative writing in Louisville, KY where he lives with his two children. His debut novel, When the Sparrow Sings, is kicking around out there still. You can find him on Twitter @jasonlinden or visit his website jasonlinden.com.
Review by Joe Seale // August 1, 2016Two Dollar Radio, Oct. 2015Paperback, 160 pp., $15.95 The early pages of Jeff Wood’s cinematic novel The Glacier depict a landscape rearranged through a series of instantaneous and radical changes. Jonah, the character who comes closest to serving as a protagonist, works hundreds of yards away from his fellow surveyors, […]