Martin’s collection of Christian faith-inspired poetry provides a certain sweetness The review was originally published May 2019 on Vocal.Media. It may have been subject to editing changes. Virginia Martin‘s collection Love Without Borders (published in 2017) is the third volume … Continue reading Optimism and Happiness Abound
Public libraries bear the stereotype of being out of date and inconsequential in today’s world. That perception couldn’t be more wrong! Libraries provide an incredible public service for children and adults that enable them to grow and learn, as well … Continue reading 10 Ways Your Local Library Saves You Money
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
Excellent Characterizations and Some Formatting Quirks Both Exist in Radio-Sun American teens just living their lives is the basis of Connor Charlton’s narrative poem Radio-Sun, published in 2019. The poem begins by following a select group of teenagers to school … Continue reading Charlton Pays Homage to American Youth
Have you published a poetry book? If so, than great! Submit your book today for a free review! Submissions will close on July 20th! The reviews will be posted on this site as well as on LinkedIn, Facebook, GoodReads, Twitter, … Continue reading Poetry Book Submissions Close Soon!