Harris Magnifies the Beauty and Dismay of Life’s Late Innings Baseball has long been admonished for being a too slow, too boring form of entertainment. Alan Harris proves those critiques to be wrong. He uses this sport has a vehicle … Continue reading Color Commentary on the Game of Life
Karen Ankers discusses her writing versatility and her works in progress [This interview was comprised via email correspondence between Laura DiNovis Berry and Karen Ankers in June 2018] Karen Ankers hails from Anglesey, North Wales, and is a poet, playwright, … Continue reading Pause For A Poet: Karen Ankers
Atwood mourns love lost and celebrates love found. An endless echo of weary, despondent sighs is what reverberates in this 2011 poetry book, written by Richard Atwood (and what it contains almost exclusively). Atwood’s emotional poems throughout Death and Morning … Continue reading Love and Mourning
Help Poets & Lambda Literary! It’s the last day of April! If you can, please read & share these poetry book reviews to not only help modern poets but also hit the mark of raising $40 this month for @LambdaLiterary! … Continue reading Read Poetry Book Reviews!