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My Name Is Immigrant

by Matt Sutherland

Call me Immigrant. In your country, I do the essential work to keep your living standards high, even as you jeer at me and pay me nowhere near the same dollars you do to your exalted citizens, for the same work. Of late, I am coming into... Read More

Book Review

Sports Page

by Matt Sutherland

Turn backhand flips and sand wedges into polished gemstones of wit, and such fun, that we doubted you could pull it off, poet. The author of eleven collections of poetry, fiddler Ken Waldman also has nine original CDs to be proud of,... Read More

Book Review

Riven

by Matt Sutherland

Grief won’t suffer fools. What and how we grieve is the truest thing we know about ourselves. What Catherine Owen mines from her experience of losing a young spouse to drug addiction is extraordinary for its sweep. Her depths come to... Read More

Book Review

Ghosts Still Linger

by Matt Sutherland

The historical West was lawless and degenerate—a place of perps and victims, lots of victims. Kat Cameron is haunted by the experiences of those least among us, commoners of the Western prairies, especially women, and her searing work... Read More

Book Review

Ghosts

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The poems of "Ghosts" contain exacting imagery from the natural world, rich language, and a powerful sense of justice. Nancy L. Davis’s volume of poems, "Ghosts", traces the slim boundary between life and death, whether through nature,... Read More

Book Review

On Civility

by Peter Dabbene

"On Civility" is an elegant poetic guide for developing a personal philosophy. John-Robert Curtin’s "On Civility" is an insightful, instructive collection of poetry. Curtin’s prose poems are philosophical, drawing on his experiences... Read More

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