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Reviews of Books with 88 Pages

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Streak of Chalk

by Peter Dabbene

"Streak of Chalk" stands as a stunning example of the unique potential of graphic novels. NBM brings a classic work back to print, with Spanish creator Miguelanxo Prado’s masterful graphic novel "Streak of Chalk". Originally published... Read More

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Figuring in the Figure

by Matt Sutherland

Stand your ground and make thoughtful observations—carefully, and with aplomb. Ben Berman repeatedly delivers on this not-so-easy dictum. He ain’t no bum. A fan of Dante’s terza rima rhyme schemes, Berman’s early book, Strange... Read More

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Thoreau

by Peter Dabbene

Maximilien Le Roy and artist A. Dan illustrate the life of writer and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, in the graphic novel Thoreau: A Sublime Life. Similar to John Porcellino’s graphic novel Thoreau at Walden, Le Roy begins with... Read More

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Dragons

by Michelle Anne Schingler

There are good dragons and there are bad dragons, pronounces a new mother in Melissa Dickey’s poetry collection. "Dragons" encapsulates the potency of modern womanhood, with its fearsome potentiality and its perceived limits, and... Read More

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Underwater Panther

by Matt Sutherland

Winner of the 2014 Cowles Poetry Book Prize, the fetchingly named "Underwater Panther" is Angie Macri’s debut collection of poems rooted in Mississippi River landscapes and lore. Ismenian Dragon Is a constellation bigger than the... Read More

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House of Deer

by Matt Sutherland

Some poets can’t contain their morosity, some, their cynicism, and others make mirth at the damndest times. Sasha Steensen, step forward, si vous plaît, cha-cha-chagrin included. Wickedly sharp, Steensen will relentlessly poke a stick... Read More

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