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
Big News Everyone! Writers love notebooks like magpies love shiny things. And now that ALL the proceeds from YaYa Designs goes to Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews, you can buy even more notebooks with sliiiightly less guilt! But if you are … Continue reading Support Poets With Your Swag
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
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
Jeff Newberry and Justin Evans Give Confessional Poetry a New Twist This 2019 collection of poetic letters, published by WordTech Editions, adds a welcome variety to the world of poetry. Taking the forms of letters gives these confessional style poems … Continue reading Buckle Up For Some Poems!