Los Angeles Independent PublishingKate Gale, offers poetry readings, poetry contests, book awards, and more.
The December 2013 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine calls the poems in Slice of Moon, "unexpected and sublime."
Brian McGackin from LitReactor calls Ron Koertge's The Ogre's Wife "the book that's going to get you back into poetry."
LitBridge's Analicia Sotelo discusses the very "personal" feel of the poems of Brynn Saito's The Palace of Contemplating Departure.-
Morgan Harlow from Verse Wisconsin discusses the strengths of Ron Carlson's Room Service.-
Wren from hazel & wren loves Eloise Klein Healy's A Wild Surmise: New & Selected Poems & Recordings.-
Michael Caylo-Baradi from NewPages has much to say about Andrew Lam's Birds of Paradise Lost.-
Dave Lucas from Cleveland Plain-Dealer calls Tess Taylor's The Forage House a "haunting first book."-
Emily May Anderson from NewPages promises that Eloise Klein Healy's A Wild Surmise is "well worth adding to this fall’s reading list."-
SusieBookworm talks Birds of Paradise Lost in her recent blog post.-
Julie Sarkissian adds John Van Kirk's Song for Chance to her list of new and notable debut novels.-
In the current issue of The Collagist, a monthly journal by Dzanc Books, Tyler Mills reviews Brynn Saito's debut collection of poetry.-
Steve Burns gives his two cents for Hilbert's All of You on the Good Earth.-
Karen Rigby reviews Ron Koertge's The Ogre's Wife.-
In the most recent issue of Glint Literary Journal Brenda Mann Hammack lauds Nicelle Davis' Becoming Judas.-
The Baton Rouge Advocate's Andrew Burstein comments on the southern ancestry in the poems of Tess Taylor's The Forage House.-
Theresé Samson Wenham from NewPages commends Ernest Hilbert on his "honesty of character" and the "resonance of his language" in the poems of All of You on the Good Earth.-
Julia Ann Charpentier from ForeWord Reviews is impressed with John Van Kirk's Song for Chance.-
Carmela Ciuraru from the San Francisco Chronicle calls Tess Taylor's The Forage House a "stunning debut collection."-
Marguerite Nguyen applauds the way Andrew Lam "undertakes the tricky task of interweaving a journalistic eye for detail with imagined dialogues and psychic journeys" in her review of Birds of Paradise Lost for the Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement.
Anne Yale from Voice in the Wilderness admits that she "could not put down" Nicelle Davis' Becoming Judas.-