News:

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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Reviews:

SUMMER OF THE CICADAS Reviewed in Expendable Mudge Blog

Date: January 13, 2021

A book of eerie, unnatural-nature events pushing one lone and lonely lesbian, returned to small-town West Virginia from a law-enforcement career, to deal with Life. After many years’ effort to […]

RIFT ZONE by Tess Taylor reviewed by Reader Views!

Date: January 13, 2021

“Rift Zone” by Tess Taylor, is a powerful, moving collection of poetry giving voice to the voiceless, and to those who express theirs in a whisper, a whimper, a growl, […]

Expendable Mudge Blog reviews THE FALLS OF WYONA

Date: January 13, 2021

I went on this journey, to be sure, knowing where I was headed. The historical part wasn’t that historical to my frame of reference; the queer part contained my frame […]

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 […]

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