Friends May Be Forced to Buy Their Own Copy Readers should be advised to ignore the initial warning of “No Trespassing” when they poke their noses into Give the Bard a Tetanus Shot. The brave souls who do continue by … Continue reading Give the Bard a Poetry Award
Vegetable Preparation Has Never Been So Blood Thirsty This review was publish May 4th, 2018 on Vocal.Media. It may have been subject to editing changes. Lauren Scharhag’s 2013 publication, West Side Girl & Other Poems, is her first and only … Continue reading Praise for Lauren Scharhag’s First Collection of Poems [FULL REVIEW]
These Poems, Like Birds, Take Flight Under Somber Skies This review was originally published on Vocal.Media in April 2018. It may be been subject to editing changes. Instantaneously mesmerizing, Aileron‘s cover alone alerts tempted readers that they will be transported … Continue reading In Geraldine Connolly’s Newest Book, a Beautiful Melancholy Is Found [FULL REVIEW]
Dye Takes Risks With Her Poetry Squint past the cover of voyeuristic trees and then trip into the deep green pages of Aleah Dye’s 2019 publication If I Just Look Hard Enough. Her cover of near camouflage and dark green … Continue reading Bold Poetry For The 21st Century
The Question of Poetry’s Nature Echoes in Ashmi Sheth’s Collection Readers who despise the poetic execution of that iconoclast Rupi Kaur may feel their skin tingle with rancor as they read Ashmi Sheth’s 2019 poetry collection Silenced Echoed. Many of … Continue reading What Makes A Poem Anyway?