Julie Reeser’s Newest Chapbook is a Testament to Nature and Poetry Julie Reeser’s exquisite 2019 publication, Beak, Full of Tongue, is best described as soft petals of poetry wilting before the coming dusk. Death’s “…inevitable greeting…” is the catalyst for … Continue reading Beak, Full of Poetry
Beers Fills Her Poems with Flight, Song, and Death This review was originally published May 2019 on Vocal.Media. It may have been subject to editing changes. Heed the title Secure Your Own Mask and follow its instructions, readers, before cracking … Continue reading Fantastically Executed Poetic Savagery
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
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