Lock your doors and windows – tonight the bones are on parade. Mela Blust’s debut chapbook Skeleton Parade is a well fabricated, cohesive assemblage of dark things: sexual violence, self harm and horrific secrets. The readers are introduced to the … Continue reading ARC Review: Skeleton Parade
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
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
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!
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