These Poems, Like Birds, Take Flight Under Somber Skies This review was originally published on Vocal.Media in April 2018. It may be been subject to editing changes. Instantaneously mesmerizing, Aileron‘s cover alone alerts tempted readers that they will be transported … Continue reading In Geraldine Connolly’s Newest Book, a Beautiful Melancholy Is Found [FULL REVIEW]
A Poetry Book on the Human Paradox That Is, Itself, a Bit of a Paradox This review was originally published April 3rd, 2018 on Vocal.Media. It may have been subject to editing changes. First impressions are everything and poet C. … Continue reading In Review: The Paradox Complex by C. L. Williams
Poetry which delves into the salt of earth This review was originally published March 29, 2018 on Vocal.Media. This version may have been subject to editing changes. Poetry as an art form has the (sometimes rather apt) reputation of remaining … Continue reading Karen Paul Holmes Creates Attainable Poetry
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Family, Faith and the Intimacy of the Human Body fill Marjorie Maddox’s Collection Bittersweet, complex energies wrestle through the verses of Marjorie Maddox‘s Transplant, Transport, Transubstantiation. Published in 2004 through Wipf and Stock Publishers, this set of poetry is markedly … Continue reading Maddox Zeroes in on Microcosms