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Sean Arthur Joyce, on the blog Chameleonfire1, has very high praise for Gary Geddes' What Does A House Want?.
In a recent review on Monkeybicycle, Stefanie Wortman praised Douglas Kearney's unusual and exciting use of poetic form.
In a recent review of Gay Geddes' newest collection of poetry, M.A.C. Farrant, writing for The Vancouver Sun, lauds the poems' beauty and strength.
John Van Kirk's novel, Song for Chance— a 2013 Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Awards finalist— was recently featured in the "Books for Readers" newsletter at Meredith Sue Willis.com.
Over the weekend, Jessica Piazza received a great review from The Rumpus.
Poet Veronica Reyes' collection, Chopper! Copper! was recently featured on Advocate.com's list of "10 Great LGBT Summer Reads." Check out the full list and Veronica's feature here!
Mike Sonksen, writing for KCET, heaps high praise upon Douglas Kearney and his newest book, Patter.
Jason Barry of the Coal Hill Review applauds David Mason's great success in his poetry collection, Sea Salt, Poems of a Decade: 2004-2014
Nicelle Davis' latest poetry collection, Becoming Judas, was reviewed by Emily May Anderson of NewPages, who raved about the spirit and form of the poems.
Karen Gettert Shoemaker's debut novel, The Meaning of Names, gets positive remarks from the Historical Novel Society.
The Historical Novel Society reviewed Dennis Must's new novel, The World's Smallest Bible, calling it a "challenging, thought-provoking, and worthwhile book."
Verónica Reyes' latest collection, Chopper! Chopper! gets praised by Paloma Martinez-Cruz of Mujeres Talk for its rich depictions of culture and atmosphere.
The Rumpus gives high acclaim to Douglas Kearney's new poetry collection, Patter. The review applauds Kearney's vibrancy in his style, voice, and passion.
Ron Koertge's The Ogre's Wife successfully draws from well-known fairly tales to create a humorously witty new book, according to American Microreviews.
The Philadelphia Review of Books gave glowing praises to Ernest Hilbert's poetry collection, All of You on the Good Earth. The review, written by Susan Scutti, celebrates the rhytmic essence of Hilbert's sonnets.
Barrett Warner of Coal Hill Review recently called Lisa Krueger's newest poetry collection, Talisman, a "marvel", praising its imagery and metaphor of personal experiences used to help readers heal.
Cristina Preda from The Operating System hails Lillian-Yvonne Bertram as both a historian and cartographer, as the poems in Betram's debut collection, But a Storm is Blowing from Paradise, take the reader through different places in time and space.
The Anchorage Press gave an early review to Susanna Mishler's new book, Termination Dust, praising its buoyant use of imagery.
Elaine Sexton reviews Verónica Reyes' book of poetry Chopper! Chopper! and speaks volumes of Reyes' writing style in an article on Ron Slate's website On the Seawall. Sexton praises Reyes' debut collection of poetry and prose, stating that it "reads like a graphic novel, an edgy ride through Reyes' East Los Angeles."
In a new review featured in the New Criterion, writer John Foy praises the so-called "Hilbertian sonnet" in Hilbert's latest book, All of You on the Good Earth.