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Grist Book Reviews

Fiction Review
Emily Jalloul

Dig Me Out by Amy Lee Lillard

Reviewed by Jennifer Marie Donahue | November 16, 2021Atelier26 Books, October 2021Paperback, 214 pages, $16.00 The ten stories within Amy Lee Lillard’s debut collection, Dig

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Fiction Review
Emily Jalloul

Tree by Melina Sempill Watts

Reviewed by Melinda Backer | November 2, 2021Change the World Books, April 2017Paperback, 246 pages, $18.00 Tree, a novel written by Melina Sempill Watts, takes on the challenge

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Poetry Review
Emily Jalloul

Dead Uncles by Ben Kline

Reviewed by Laura Rashley | October 26, 2021Driftwood Press, 2021Paperback, 37 pages, $7.99 In Ben Kline’s latest poetry chapbook, Dead Uncles: Poems, Folklore, Reverie, we’re

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Poetry Review
Emily Jalloul

Kind by Gretchen Primack

Reviewed by Chloë Hanson | September 27, 2021Lantern Press, 2021Hardcover, 98 pages, $15.00 I first encountered Gretchen Primack’s work a few years ago, when a

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Poetry Review
Emily Jalloul

Hamlet Figura by Daniel Gabriel

Reviewed by Michael Sutherlin | April 22, 2021Dos Madres Press, 2020Paperback, 196 pages, $20.00 If you are looking for a cerebral investigation into the nature

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GRIST REVIEWS

An Interview with Leah Silvieus | by Hope Fischbach

Leah Silvieus is the author of three poetry collections, most recently, Arabilis (Sundress Publications 2019), and is the co-editor with Lee Herrick of The World I Leave You: An Anthology of Asian American Poets on Faith and Spirit (Orison Books 2020). She is a Kundiman fellow, holds degrees from Whitworth University and the University of Miami, and is currently studying literature and religion at Yale Divinity School.

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