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
Harris Magnifies the Beauty and Dismay of Life’s Late Innings Baseball has long been admonished for being a too slow, too boring form of entertainment. Alan Harris proves those critiques to be wrong. He uses this sport has a vehicle … Continue reading Color Commentary on the Game of Life
I will keep this post incredibly brief… I’ve written before about budget friendly ways to help poets, but did you know that by simply reading one of my poetry book reviews you are helping sponsor a FREE book review for … Continue reading Free Ways to Help Poets!
Rugby is an incredible sport that is at last breaking through to the masses and, like anything new, newcomers are going to have some questions about it. This modest little piece is here to serve as an introduction to any person intrigued by this sport, its history and curious as to how one can get involved. Continue reading Five Things You Should Know About Women’s Rugby
Do You Want A Free Poetry Book Review? Hi all! I’m very excited to announce that submissions for Berry’s Poetry Book Review are now open! Now don’t worry, the submission guidelines are simple and my book reviews are free. First, … Continue reading Submissions Are Open!