Drax is Unafraid to Play with Poetry Change is a constant in this 2019 collection from Latasha Drax. She constantly experiments with form throughout Metamorphosis of Rhythm but still retains her unique voice as a poet. She plays quite a … Continue reading Change as a Constant
Schuelke’s Poetry Has Room for Growth Hailing from Alpena, Michigan, Garrett Schuelke infuses the local bitter winds into his 2016 collection. The Bakunin Incorporated Reader is a very bleak work. Its opening piece, “Fuck Trotsky,” immediately sets the tone for … Continue reading In Review: The Bakunin Incorporated Readers
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
I’m taking part in my first blog tour! Having never been a destination on a blog tour before, I was so excited when Animal Heart Press invited me to participate. Of course, I jumped at the opportunity to be a … Continue reading Set Sail for Books!
Lynch Serves Up Flavorful Verses Good poetry provides everything “…we need: mouth, / anus and blind heart / slugging away steadily / in its cage,” but exemplary poems fuse the elements fantastic: metamorphosis, unnatural abilities of omnipotence and the capacity … Continue reading Poetry of Beautiful Abandon