Wayward Daughters Drifts like Glitter in the Wind Poet Ashly Kim sums up her 2017 publication in one of her own verses. Wayward Daughters is “everything and / nothing / all at once.” This is a poetry collection of prettiness; … Continue reading Glitterbomb
Form Beats Out Function With Displeasing Results The Light Before We Land, published in 2019, is an ambitious collection which is split into three sections entitled “Abstract Poems,” “Narrative Poems,” and “Christian Poems.” Patrick D. Kaiser’s poetry fails to light … Continue reading Rhyme Scheme Strangler
There Is No Time For Grief, Kyle Calls Readers to Action Bitter and sombre, Catherine Kyle picks at the stitches around her readers’ faces. Reminding them with every flick of her nail that they are part of the animal kingdom … Continue reading Uneasy Shelter
If You’re Bored in Isolation, You Could Get a Free Book Surprise! Stuck at home and losing your mind? Mourning the closing of your libraries? This might cheer you up then! As you all can imagine, I’ve been doing a … Continue reading What's Better Than A Book?
You’re Invited to Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews Virtual Birthday Party! Can you believe it? Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews turned two years old today! I am so happy that I launched this project. This work has allowed me to experience poetry … Continue reading 2 Year Birthday Bash!