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
Family and Politics Collide in this Collection This review was originally published May 7th, 2018 on Vocal.Media. It may have been subject to editing changes. There are several noteworthy poems flitting about among the pages of Karen Ankers‘s poetry collection, … Continue reading Karen Ankers Uses a Quiet Art to Speak Out Loudly [FULL REVIEW]
Bowen’s Romantic Poetry Seduces and Enchants the Reader Seas, gardens, stars and brilliant explosions of pain swirl about on a world constructed of paper. Ollie Bowen’s On the Occasion of a Wedding entices not only the mind and heart but … Continue reading Love Poems for the Modern Ear
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The $20 Mark Has Been Broken! Well, it’s official friends! Through your generosity and support over $20 has been raised, which means we’re 1/5 of the way to reaching the goal of collecting $100 for Lambda Literary! It would be … Continue reading Our Efforts Are Gaining Momentum!