Human Beings, Though Worlds Apart, All Share the Same Set of Stars This review was originally published May 23rd, 2018 on Vocal.Media. It may have been subject to editing changes. Sarah Dickenson Snyder is no stranger to the world of … Continue reading Snyder Embarks on a Poetic Journey
A Tragedy of American Proportions in Verse Open this collection, so beautifully adorned with unimaginable blue clouds, and slip into a vacuum of unrelenting sadness. This sadness is not colored beige or “…crystal-blue automatic…” but is a sound. Not just … Continue reading Sucker Hole Sucks Readers In
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
Esther Rabbit: Why do you do it? Poets often struggle to get their work reviewed. I think that’s an unfortunate byproduct of a general misunderstanding of poetry and that many writers aren’t sure how to market their work, especially if they are self published. This project started as a means to help living poets engage with readers who may find a deep connection with their work. I am very grateful to Esther Rabbit for providing this space for me to discuss my poetry book review process. Read the full interview here! Continue reading Esther Rabbit Interviewed Me!