Sebastian Matthews featured on What Matters Most podcast!

Date: January 4, 2021

This was a deeply engaging conversation with author and poet Sebastian Matthews. He survived a terrible head-on collision and wrote a wonderful book called Beyond Repair about his experience. We went into […]

TEA BY THE SEA featured in Fordham Magazine!

Date: January 4, 2021

In her long-awaited second novel, Donna Hemans, the author of River Woman (2002), weaves a compelling tale of longing—to belong, to find family and a sense of home, to be fulfilled, and […]

Read Donna Hemans’ essay on Ploughshares!

Date: January 4, 2021

The operator-assisted collect call comes on a July morning in 1987. It’s still early, before 9 a.m., and except for the telephone ringing, the house is quiet, my younger sister […]

UNSEEN CITY featured in GBH!

Date: January 4, 2021

Each month, Beyond The Page: A WGBH Book Club features a notable author, who takes part in a live Q&A with a WGBH personality to discuss the intricacies of that month’s novel. […]

SUBDUCTION author featured in The Rumpus!

Date: January 4, 2021

In these disunited states, containing within them many sovereign nations, we are in what Biodun Jeyifo called “arrested decolonization.” And yet, as Mukoma Wa Ngugi wrote, “The work of decolonization […]

RIFT ZONE by Tess Taylor, is a Boston Globe favorite!

Date: January 4, 2021

RIFT ZONE BY TESS TAYLOR Taylor released two books this year: a Dorothea Lange documentary project, and this collection of original poems that mine personal, California, American history, and changes […]

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New Review of SUITOR by The Georgia Review!

Date: December 10, 2020

We are all, in this pandemic, a living elegy; there are loves, possibilities, selves, ways of life that are dead, a mobile mortality poets have always known and used their […]

THE WILDERNESS featured in Green Mountains Review

Date: November 30, 2020

Maurya Simon’s The Wilderness: New and Selected Poems 1980-2016 (Red Hen Press 2018, 218 pages) represents a life of questioning and perception, whether the scene is a backyard or a street in […]

F(r)iction Lit gives ANIMAL WIFE a glowing review!

Date: October 28, 2020

What captivated me most of all was how Lara Ehrlich writes her characters. The stories feature women at different stages of life or different situations, and yet they feel familiar. […]

Thanks for the shoutout World Wide Work!

Date: October 22, 2020

UNDER NUSHAGAK BLUFF by Mia C. Heavener, SUBDUCTION by Kristen Millares Young, and SUMMER OF THE CICADAS by Chelsea Catherine were all featured on the newsletter World Wide Work: Books, […]

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