Review by Shane Stricker // December 27, 2018 C&R Press$10.00, pp. 54 Brenna Womer’s Atypical Cells of Undetermined Significance (C&R Press, 2017) unfurls like a person aging, unfolding, unraveling, becoming itself. It is
Review by Donna Vorreyer // July 31, 2018 Trio House Press, 2018Paperback, 84 pp, $16 Meet the wolf. Seductive. Dangerous. In Darren Demaree’s Two Towns Over,
Review by Emily Corwin // July 13, 2018Willow Springs BooksACME Poetry Series, 2018 Neosporin Pussy Queen, Rodeo Queen, Rapunzel, figurine, showgirl, apex predator, a midnight
Review by Donna Vorreyer // June 22, 2018Kelsay Books, 2018Paperback, 78pp. $14.00 “For every//passageway leads to potential/and to poison. We drink//what we can, reaching and
Review by Jocelyn Heath // June 13, 2018dancing girl press, 2017Paperback, 32 pp. $7 We may never meet young women named Zephyranthes, Ipomoea, and Caladium in real life, but we do
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