Large feature of Susan Kinsolving in the Hartford Courant!

Date: February 22, 2021

Many of Kinsolving’s poems relate to science. Her first book focused on horticulture and floral metaphor. The poems in another book examined aphasia and dementia’s linguistic enigma. Her most recent […]

Tobi Harper interviewed on Brain Hackers podcast!

Date: February 8, 2021

Tobi Harper is Deputy Director of Red Hen Press, Founder and Editor of Quill (a queer publishing series), Publisher of The Los Angeles Review, and Instructor for the UCLA Extension […]

Tess Taylor featured on CNN!

Date: February 3, 2021

Before the pandemic hit, playwright Matthew-Lee Erlbach was working on a play about American labor movements between 1890 and 1920 — an era that many associate with seamstresses jumping out […]

TEA BY THE SEA listed on Electric Lit!

Date: January 25, 2021

My mom says every mother needs a daughter. It’s not that she doesn’t love and appreciate her two sons. My middle brother knows best how to comfort her in times […]

Jennifer Risher featured in Forbes Magazine!

Date: January 20, 2021

Before Covid hit, my family often traveled to Germany. There, we found “Asian” restaurants in many small German towns. I had to chuckle at the generalization. Did these restaurants serve […]

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Tokyo Bay Traffic

Date: July 4, 2009

A lot of the most exciting prose published in the last couple years is enlivened by the introduction of non-English elements. The Times Book Review made note of the way […]

Subterranean Memory by Harry Goldstein

Date: June 22, 2009

Memory provides the raw material for the stories we tell about ourselves. Or maybe memories are fictions themselves, vague impressions of feelings combined with fleeting shards of images woven together […]

Existential Treadmill (American Book Review)

Date: June 17, 2009

The stories in Greg Sanders's debut collection are difficult to categorize. They owe a debt to Franz Kafka and fabulists like Jorge Luis Borges but seem just as strongly to […]

Weights and Measures by Jack Smith

Date: June 3, 2009

AMERICAN BOOK REVIEW, Vol. 30, No. 4, May/June 2009"Author of the prize-winning novel The Marriage of Anna Maye Potts (2001), editor of several literary anthologies and numerous essays and stories […]

DeWitt Henry

Date: June 2, 2009

DeWitt Henry, mon sembable, mon frere, was two years behind me at Amherst, but way ahead of me in life. While the rest of us were yearning for graduate school, […]

Gabriel Gomez of Local iQ reviews Bone Light

Date: May 18, 2009

The work of the poet is one of reassessment: it's a continual look at the intricacies and minutiae of a world outfitted with a voluminous gadgetry of words. Poems, at […]

Driskell’s ‘elegant and very wise verse’ “”

Date: May 14, 2009

By Linda Elisabeth Beattie, Special to The Courier-Journal, February 28, 2009Seed Across Snow, a lush collection of intelligent, elegant and very wise verse, is Louisvillian Kathleen Driskell's stunning second book. […]

Work” Interprets the World”

Date: May 9, 2009

Bradfield's poems guide us alertly into this treacherous territory pocked with political pitfalls and theoretical quagmires. One hardly notices the perils that abound because Bradfield is such a deft naturalist, […]

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