Check out Jan Beatty’s interview with 90.5 WESA!

Date: October 19, 2021

Who, a reader might ask, is Patrice Staiger, whose haunting epigram “This story begins at an impasse, since I am writing to you as someone who was never born?” prefaces […]

Cai Emmons’ SINKING ISLANDS Featured in The Oregonian!

Date: October 11, 2021

In Oregon author Cai Emmons’ 2018 novel, Weather Woman, an atmospheric scientist discovers that she is capable of controlling the elements she’s long studied: She can shut down a thunderstorm, […]

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BODY OF RENDER by Felicia Zamora reviewed in Booklist!

Date: July 7, 2021

There is a jagged urgency to award-winning and CantoMundo Fellow Zamor’s sixth book. The opening section, “At the Hand of Other,” consists of 30 one-stanza poems that each lean toward memory and immediacy while the poet […]

AMERICAN QUASAR by David Campos reviewed in Rhino Poetry!

Date: June 14, 2021

David Campos’s second collection, American Quasar, follows a lonely speaker’s dreams, meditations, and prayers to understand life. Campos juxtaposes inhumanity in the modern United States with inhumanity in the nuclear […]

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