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Moonrise

by Catherine Thureson

Joe’s big brother Ed left one day in their Aunt Karen’s car, and he never came home. He ended up in Texas, where he panicked over being pulled over without the car’s registration, tried to drive away, and was convicted of killing... Read More

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Country Soul & Caravan Magic

by Katie Asher

There is a poetic expression here for anyone who has ever fallen in love—who has pined for someone, who has loved without being loved back, who has been cheated on, or who has felt confused in love. R. R. Pravin’s poetry collection... Read More

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Trailer Trash

by Matt Sutherland

July Westhale’s poetry seems accompanied with a tuning fork’s pitch, a heightened, pressing, weaponized immediacy. Whatever she faced to earn that ability would have killed a lesser mortal, we can be sure. A creative writing,... Read More

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Honeybee

by Matt Sutherland

With gut truths and gin-clear imagery, Trista Mateer reminds us of all those places left unexplored by language. The wonders and especially the heartbreaks of love occupy much of her attention, and also best demonstrate her uncanny... Read More

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Afternoon Tomatoes

by Carolina Ciucci

"Afternoon Tomatoes" is a satisfying poetry compilation that is charming in its colorful humanness. T. J. Richards’s "Afternoon Tomatoes" is a nostalgic, enjoyable, and earthy poetry collection. Organized alphabetically, poems shed a... Read More

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The Equilibrist

by Katie Asher

Erasmus Cromwell-Smith II’s "The Equilibrist" is a touching collection that weaves poems into a man’s life story for a tangible example of the healing power of poetry. Erasmus Cromwell-Smith II’s "The Equilibrist" is a uniquely... Read More

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A World Diverse II

by Renate Childs

The eloquent language and thoughtful subjects of the poems are made prevalent. "A World Diverse II" by David Edmond is a thoughtful and passionate collection of poems that explores the most universal of life’s experiences. The work... Read More

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