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Things On Which I've Stumbled

by James DenBoer

Peter Cole is well known for his many translations from Hebrew and Arabic. He is also a 2007 MacArthur Foundation Fellow and co-editor of Ibis Editions (Jerusalem). In this major new book he goes on a poetic and autobiographical search... Read More

Book Review

Body Clock

by James DenBoer

Eleni Sikelianos is one of the rising stars of American poetry. Her previous work The California Poem also from Coffee House Press was greeted with great acclaim for its experimental forms close attention to California flora and fauna... Read More

Book Review

Desperation

by James DenBoer

The literature of the Holocaust is vast and ever-growing. The thousands of memoirs and autobiographies written by survivors can hardly be judged on their literary worth alone. These stories heart-rending and nearly unbelievable in their... Read More

Book Review

The Furniture Makers

by James DenBoer

The subtitle of Veronica Dunbar’s debut implies that most modern fiction concentrates to her dislike on “abject misery.” In this novella and the three accompanying short stories the stress is on the heartwarming. Despite conflicts... Read More

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