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Book Review

Museum of Stones

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In Lynn Lurie’s "Museum of Stones", a woman experiences parenting as a cross between profound love and constant, only sometimes low-grade terror. Swinging between the past and the present, the novel moves from the mother’s rough... Read More

Book Review

An Angel in My Garden

by Edith Wairimu

"An Angel in My Garden" is a heartfelt personal poetic scrapbook from a couple’s time together. Mart Grams’s heartfelt collection "An Angel in My Garden" pays tribute to his late wife, Linda, reminiscing on their memories together.... Read More

Book Review

As Above, So Below

by Edith Wairimu

"As Above, So Below" is a vibrant collection of poems, full of striking lines and encouraging notions. In Fahad Bouzubar’s emotive poetry collection "As Above, So Below", verses concentrate on pain, longing, love, and healing. The... Read More

Book Review

Blossoms

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Blossoms" is a straightforward and youthful collection of poems. Sixteen-year-old poet Hridam Saha’s "Blossoms" was written to delight young readers and collects both his earliest poems and his current ones. Direct and accessible, the... Read More

Book Review

Give a Girl Chaos

by Mya Alexice

Heidi Seaborn’s poetry collection "Give a Girl Chaos" wields everyday language with immense skill, resulting in an expansive work. These poems encompass the range of human emotion. They travel around the globe and from idea to idea,... Read More

Book Review

Meteor

by Edith Wairimu

The narrative poems of "Meteor" are both funny and thoughtful, turning ordinary situations on their heads and capturing strange, surprising scenes. In C. M. Mayo’s collection "Meteor", narrative poems transform ordinary experiences... Read More

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