News:

Richmond Times-Dispatch features Tess Taylor

Date: September 13, 2013

Richmond Times-Dispatch's Michael Paul Williams covers the first-time meeting of Tess Taylor and another descendant of Thomas Jefferson, Gayle Jessup White. To read the full story, click

C-Ville Weekly chats with Tess Taylor

Date: September 11, 2013

Justin Goldberg from C-Ville Weekly talks with Tess Taylor about the use of poetry to discuss family history in The Forage House. To read the full interview, click

Kim Dower featured in Jewish Journal

Date: September 9, 2013

In his article "Politics, poetry & pop: An Autumn of literary options," Jonathan Kirsch talks Kim Dower and her new collection of poetry. "Kim Dower is best known in these […]

Late Night Library interviews John Van Kirk

Date: August 16, 2013

"The Rookie Report" from Late Night Library features a microinterview with John Van Kirk about his new novel Song for Chance. To read the full interview, click

Antarctic Sun interviews Katharine Coles

Date: August 9, 2013

Peter Rejcek from the Antarctic Sun chats with Katharine Coles about her writing process, homesickness, and how the experience of living in Antarctica has changed the way that she writes […]

Tess Taylor interviewed for The Common

Date: August 5, 2013

Diana Babineau from The Common chats with Tess Taylor about her research process and the ancestry that she discusses in her new collection The Forage House. To read the full […]

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Reviews:

LARB Reviews Coco Picard’s THE HEALING CIRCLE

Date: September 17, 2022

HOPE, WHEN HELD past the point of reason, is liable to transform into a certain kind of absurdity. Over the course of The Healing Circle — the latest novel from writer, artist, […]

Shelf Awareness Reviews Marybeth Holleman’s TENDER GRAVITY

Date: September 8, 2022

Although Marybeth Holleman’s five books are all deeply rooted in Alaska’s landscape and wildlife, Tender Gravity is her first expression of that connection through poetry. The title phrase comes from the first […]

North of Oxford Reviews Joshua Rivkin’s SUITOR!

Date: September 8, 2022

By Charles Rammelkamp “we are what happens by accident,” Joshua Rivkin writes in the first “Envoi” of this lyrical, emotionally probing collection, and goes on: Suitor, from the Latin secutor, to […]

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