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Little Hugs

by George Hajjar

Concerned with personal and spiritual relationships, "Little Hugs" is an insightful, encouraging poetry collection. Raman Mander’s poetry collection "Little Hugs" concerns love, self-worth, and spirituality. These accessible poems tend... Read More

Book Review

Untamed Passions

by Carolina Ciucci

"Untamed Passions" is a captivating poetry collection that examines the dark side of love. Alain N’Dalla’s intriguing poetry collection "Untamed Passions" evokes dark fairy tales with its clever uses of language and rhymes. Comprised... Read More

Book Review

Field Notes for the Self

by Matt Sutherland

If the dream is an Indigenous writer from the far north who’s able to capture his native landscape, spirituality, and ancestral exploitation in sublime poetry, the reality is Randy Lundy. His three earlier collections include Under the... Read More

Book Review

Take Nothing

by Matt Sutherland

The poet and the naturalist view wilderness with a different set of lenses, ’tis true, but each discipline is much improved when informed by the other—as proven by Thoreau. Deborah Pope shifts back and forth as the moment calls for,... Read More

Book Review

In Accelerated Silence

by Matt Sutherland

As the poet takes her own sweet hold of space-time, the Higgs field, electron clouds, fusion, and dark matter, she tethers the universe’s greatest mysteries to matters of the heart. A recipient of an Artist Trust Grant and a Centrum... Read More

Book Review

The Willies

by Matt Sutherland

“Finally, the poem I will not write.” With such an opener, Adam Falkner dares to let go of his debut collection. Most every image and sentiment to follow feels unburdening, like a rebirth. Falkner’s work has appeared on HBO, NBC,... Read More

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