Lamar Neal Shares His Origin Story As A Poet and Novelist This interview was conducted by phone on June 6, 2019. Some of the interview has been edited for reading clarity After reading Lamar Neal’s We All Need Therapy, I … Continue reading Pause For A Poet: Lamar Neal
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
Lawler Chronicles the Downtrodden So They May Not Be Forgotten Matthew J. Lawler’s poetry is in essence an assembly of odes to and critiques of that windy city of Illinois, Chicago. Concrete Oracles speaks on the city’s defining harshness, barbarity, … Continue reading For Love of the Windy City
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
I will keep this post incredibly brief… I’ve written before about budget friendly ways to help poets, but did you know that by simply reading one of my poetry book reviews you are helping sponsor a FREE book review for … Continue reading Free Ways to Help Poets!