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Reviews of Books with 92 Pages

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Museum of Distance

by Matt Sutherland

This debut collection has drawn widespread praise as an “Ovidian adventure” that blurs the “boundaries between the quotidian and the fantastic,” and for its use of thousands of images that “play a kind of dream-tag, each one... Read More

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Dark Eyes and Other Poems

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

With moments of humor and sensuality, these poems cover subjects that are universal. In "Dark Eyes and Other Poems", R. Udaya Bhanu explores the realms of eros, social consciousness, faith, and history. The book opens with a series of... Read More

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Harmony Hollow

by Alicia Sondhi

Ron, Tim, and David are thrilled to return to their summer homes near the mountains in Washington State. The three friends always have a great time, and this year the trio are determined to explore the one place they’ve always wanted... Read More

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Wander

by Maria Siano

In this detailed memoir, Rose-Aimee recounts her, unusual experiences growing up in a cabin in the woods of Quebec during the Great Depression, a time she refers to as a self-imposed exile, when her family lived a pioneer-like existence... Read More

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A Mind Like This

by Daniel Coffey

Too often, when contemporary poets employ humor, they do so at the expense of their art. The potential for sublimity and poetic revelation in language seems to be diminished by its inclusion. The poems end up feeling cheapened or even... Read More

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