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Charm and Strange Poems

by Claire Foster

"Charm and Strange Poems" is an elegant, unsettling poetry collection that’s concerned with the significance of everyday words, meanings, and forms. Waking and dreaming lives collide in Linda Casebeer’s poetry collection "Charm and... Read More

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The Miracle Machine

by Samantha Ann Ehle

Like a constellation in which perception and purpose are stars, "The Miracle Machine" is a fantastic poetic work. Marrying poetry with fantasy, Matthew Pennock’s "The Miracle Machine" is a phenomenal trip that loops through time,... Read More

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War

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"War" is a poetic meditation on the psyche, an exploration and expectoration of what’s negative. Written in the moment and not initially intended for release, the poems of Bjaine Dorach’s "War" are a glimpse into the recesses of the... Read More

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Altar for Broken Things

by Matt Sutherland

Acorns, crows, lightning, and sand dollars; crickets and physics and neon-red dyed turkey feather headdresses. Such things deserve attention, but in their plain familiarity, frighten the likes of lesser poets. Deborah A. Miranda sees the... Read More

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a women

by Matt Sutherland

We should all be so aware, so alive, so consequential, so Vanessa Roveto. Language is no match, so she leaves it behind in a rush to explore what it means to be her. We’ll call it poetry until she comes up with a better word. The... Read More

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Wound from the Mouth of a Wound

by Matt Sutherland

Interesting to note exactly who picks up the poetry pen. What life experience, what event, led to the decision? And did the poet even have a choice, or was poetry the last, best way to express what they knew hadn’t been expressed... Read More

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In Code

by Matt Sutherland

The politics of the times cry out for a poet of the political process. Maryann Corbett’s thirty-four years working for the Minnesota legislature—helping to make government more of the people than by the attorneys—steeps her poetry... Read More

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The Marble Bed

by Matt Sutherland

She is the author of eight collections of poetry and a memoir, and the long arc of Grace Schulman’s stellar writing career reminds us of the labor involved in a single poem, never finished, still in need of a little fiddling. A member... Read More

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